Master P is broke according to Wack 100
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Master P is broke according to Wack 100

Record label executive Wack 100 is a well-known name in hip-hop. As well as being a highly vocal individual known for making incendiary comments, he is also renowned for his work as a manager for well-known rappers and singers such as Blueface, The Game, Ray J, and others.

As a former member of the Piru Blood Set of Compton, the executive (real name Cash Jones) takes no prisoners and won’t hesitate to unleash some of his personal hot takes. The industry kingpin was formerly associated with the publicly disgraced emcee Tekashi 6ix9ine.

However, in a recent Clubhouse conversation, Jones didn’t take aim at Tekashi but instead spoke about a rival label executive, the owner and founder of No Limit CEO Master P (real name Percy Miller).

In a conversation on the app, Jones spoke about Miller not owning his music and delivered a slanderous diatribe against the rapper. Speaking about Miller, Jones asserted, “First of all, he don’t own his masters. They took them eighteen years ago. You think this n*gga be selling noodles? The feds took his catalogue, bro!”

He continued, “[His] business decisions ain’t been right for damn near 20 years! When I got at Master P he had no rebuttal. The n*gga got evicted from his house! He broke as f*ck, [so] get the f*ck out of here bro. I know the person the owns the house, so I Know!”

However, shortly after, Master P responded. Taking to Instagram, the rapper wrote, “BROKE is a mindset HATE is a disease. Poor-minded people think and talk about money, rich people collect material things, and wealth-minded people produce ideas that create success. The Bible says our people perish from lack of knowledge.”

He continued, “As a culture, we have to stop comparing, self-hating and tearing each other down. Let’s educate and empower the next generation.” This indirect response to Wack was the final time Miller responded to the Cash Money co-founder.