In 2005, an up-and-coming Brooklyn MC named Saigon appeared in a recurring role on the HBO show 'Entourage,' playing a young rapper, managed by one of the show's stars.

Though his character arc has long since ended, Saigon, who finally released his long-delayed 'The Greatest Story Never Told' album, revealed a hilarious anecdote about a minor faux pas he made while drinking with the show's executive producer, and former Funky Bunch rapper, Mark "Marky Mark" Wahlberg.

"You know, I got drunk with Mark Wahlberg one time," Saigon explained, in an interview with MTV. "I don't think he was drunk, but I was drunk. We was at one of them parties and I was in his ear, I'm like, 'Yo man, you ever thought about doing a new album, man?' And he's looking at me like, 'Is this kid retarded or something?"

Wahlberg apparently does not have a great sense of humor about his former persona as frontman for Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, who scored a platinum-selling hit with 'Good Vibrations,' in 1991.

"I was like, 'Yo, man, I feel the '[Good] Vibrations' joint. Marky Mark, that s--- was hard! We was rocking that in the 'hood,'" Saigon continued, humorously. "I ain't gonna lie, I liked the song when it came out."

Saigon has yet to reprise his role on the show, which is currently in its eighth, and final season.

Watch Saigon's 'The Greatest Story Never Told'