Diddy Falls into Hole But Stole the Show at the 2015 BET Awards [Video]

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Diddy Falls into Hole But Stole the Show at the 2015 BET Awards- During his stage performance, Diddy fell into a hole at the 2015 BET Awards show. We’re not certain whether Diddy sustained any injuries from his fall, but he appeared to be okay as he got back onto his feet to continue his performance.

Hollywoodlife:   Diddy, 45, and his crew just stole the show at the 2015 BET Awards on June 28. He showed up with the old Bad Boy members, which included Mase, 37, Lil’ Kim, 40, and more and the place erupted!

Diddy stunned the crowd when he took the stage with a handful of artists who were signed to his Bad Boy’s record label at in the late ’90s.

He started off with Biggie Smalls‘s “Hypnotize” which was insane. Then Mase took over with “Feel So Good,” followed by “Peaches and Cream.” And it was even more insane when Faith Evans sang “Never Knew Love Like This Before.”

The best was when Diddy took control again and rapped “It’s All About The Benjamins” with Lil’ Kim. An insider at the show tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY how crazy the audience became. “The entire building and press room just went nuts. Lil’ Kim got on stage and the building just erupted. Everyone is still talking about her showing up, saying Nicki Minaj just got slayed.”

We had to give it to Mase who didn’t disappoint the entire time. He finished up with Diddy and we legit didn’t want it to end. At one point Diddy was so into his performance that he accidentally fell into a hole on stage. That’s okay, he still rocked!

Puff Daddy closed it out with a huge dedication to Biggie Smalls and an insane dance routine with Pharrell.

 Diddy hinted at the big reunion by sharing the news on his Instagram, but he later deleted it. Whoops. Looks like he didn’t want to ruin the surprise. The post stated, “This Sunday, PUFF DADDY & THE FAMILY are taking over the BET awards!!”

And now, Diddy says there will be a Bad Boy Family tour!!


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