T.I. says his camp has worked diligently, so it's OK to celebrate now.On Monday in New York, the King of the South reflected on the success of his Grand Hustle roster member B.o.B. We all know about steadfast and patient. And Bobby Ray had to practice that virtue the past couple of years while he waited for the release of his debut LP. Everything has paid off though, as B.o.B scored two #1 hit singles, critical acclaim for his body of work and most recently, five VMA nominations."I feel like right now, all the hard work is paying off," Tip said about Bob. "This is what everybody has been working for. This is [why] we go late nights in the studio, early mornings in the studio. This is the reason we miss days out of our children's lives — for moments like these. For me not to sit here, reap the benefits and take the pleasure as well as taking the moment to bask in the glory of the success of what we have accomplished ... It's necessary, very necessary."B.o.B's "Nothin' on You" is nominated for a VMA in the Best Pop Category while "Airplanes" is up for four Moonmen: Best Male Video, Best Hip-Hop Video, Best Collaboration and Video of the Year."It's very special to me," the B.o.B said earlier this month. I think it's a lot more special than the success of the singles, because this reflects the work I've put in over the years and the word of mouth I've helped create. It's definitely amazing. I'm trying to find the words to explain it, but I can't. It's inexplicable. I'm a real simple man, so, you know, I accept every gift with generosity and gratitude."What do you think about how Tip supports his Grand Hustle artist B.o.B? Tell us in the comments!The 27th annual MTV Video Music Awards will be broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on September 12 at 9 p.m. ET.