Music mogul Diddy is ready for a world tour after announcing plans to pack his bags and travel the world one more time to perform.

Appearing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” this week, Puffy broke the big news to viewers.

“I’m gonna go and do a world tour. I’m not gonna hit a lot of places, but the places that I am gonna hit, it’s important for me because it’s probably my last time touring,” Puff revealed. “I’m gonna get to see the world and know that it’s my last time touring. I wanna be here to raise my girls.” (“The Ellen DeGeneres Show”)

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Aside from the touring announcement, Puffy took part in a “Funny Or Die” sketch video earlier in the week.

Two late-’90s action classics get a modern-day makeover thanks to Funny or Die, who posted a new movie parody titled, confusingly enough, Rush Hour 4: Face/Off 2. Sean “P. Diddy” Combs (Draft Day) takes over for Chris Tucker as Detective Carter, while Korean superstar Byung-Hun Lee (Terminator Genisys) stands in for Jackie Chan’s Lee as they, for reasons mysterious even to them, switch faces with each other to take on a criminal empire. (Coming Soon)

Diddy is reportedly working on an upcoming television show.

Sean Combs is expanding his multimedia empire into the realm of cartoons. Deadline reports that Diddy is developing an animated series called Brightmoor for FX alongside King Of The Hill writer Chip Hall and rising Detroit comedian Chris Powell aka Comedian CP. (Stereo Gum)

Recent reports have compared the upcoming series to Comedy Central’s popular “South Park” show.

Created and written by King Of The Hill alum Chip Hall and rising Detroit comedian Chris Powell aka Comedian CP, Brightmoor is described as South Park set in inner-city Detroit. It revolves around the African American pupils at Brightmoor Elementary. (Deadline)