Diddy Set To Guest On 'Entourage'

The Bad Boy mogul plays himself on HBO show. Lenny Kravitz and Mark Wahlberg also make cameos in episode, airing in August.

For its seventh season, HBO's "Entourage" is enlisting a superstar who's known for rolling with his own mega-entourage. [artist id="1244169"]Diddy[/artist] will make a guest appearance on the series' upcoming season, which kicks off June 27.

The show's creator, Doug Ellin, told EW.com that Diddy will appear as himself alongside "Entourage" executive producer Mark Wahlberg in an episode set to air in August. "Turtle [Jerry Ferrara] is starting a business, and he's trying to get them to invest in it," Ellin explained. "He's going to a lot of people about this investment."

Diddy tweeted the news on Thursday and included a link to a story posted on AOL's TheBoombox.com.

Rocker Lenny Kravitz will also make a cameo in the star-packed episode. "Ari's trying to trade favors," Ellin revealed to EW.com of the plotline that finds Jeremy Piven's hard-driving agent wheeling and dealing as usual. "He's got to get Lenny to do a movie so someone else will do something for him."

Diddy won't be the first hip-hop artist to show up on "Entourage": Bow Wow played an up-and-coming comedian, 50 Cent taunted Turtle in a guest spot as a cocky driver and Snoop also did his thing on the HBO hit; the West Coast MC played himself.

Wahlberg recently told MTV News the new season could be the setup for a much buzzed-about "Entourage" movie.

"I am more focused on making that movie than my own films," Wahlberg said. "I just think we can make a great movie. I think people always wanted [it] and have complained that the episodes are too short — they've always wanted more. I think we're going to do it," he said. "We just have to end strong, and this season is, by far, the best season so far."

Both Diddy and Kravitz have been making power moves in Hollywood. Kravitz gave a touching portrayal as a male nurse in the Oscar-winning drama "Precious", and Diddy's scene-stealing turn in this month's "Get Him to the Greek" won raves from co-star Jonah Hill.

Are you excited for a new season of "Entourage"? Which other rappers would you like to see make a cameo? Let us know in the comments!