P. Diddy Gets White House Tour From The Bushes, Tells Them, 'Nice House'

Rapper was in town for Kennedy Center Honors.

Sean "P. Diddy" Combs once encouraged people to get George W. Bush's "ass" out of the White House, and on Monday the two finally met face to face — at the White House.

On Sunday, P.D. participated in the 27th annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C. He was on hand at the ceremony to introduce his friends and honorees Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis. On Monday, since he was in town, he wanted to take a tour of the White House, and was surprised to learn that the president and his wife were going to be the ones showing him around, Diddy's spokesperson said.

According to reports, Diddy told the couple "nice house" before leaving. A spokesperson for the White House was unavailable for comment.

Puffy is currently in New York working on the film "Carlito's Way: The Beginning." Still, the props are continuing to roll in for his political endeavors (see "Hillary Clinton Tells P. Diddy 'Vote Or Die' Slogan Hits Nail On The Head").

"When I saw Sean on the set, I said, 'Yo, man, I appreciate the love you were giving to the "Vote or Die" thing,' " said Mario Van Peebles, who's co-starring in the film. "Whether we achieved what we wanted to achieve this time around, we got the message out. And people are conscious who have never voted before. It doesn't mean [we] give up, roll over and die."