Founder of No Limit Records, Master P, is a businessman who, according to Snoop Dogg, was the first label executive to make large amounts of money from rap music. As such, it can be assumed that the mogul (real name Percy Miller) knows how to cash his cheques. However, according to one radio personality and comedian, he still allegedly owes them $15,000.
Earlier this year, Miller appeared on The Gaud Show podcast to express his frustration at those claiming he owes them money following an accusation made by his former artist, Fat Trel, that the No Limit executive swindled him by promising him a role in Menace II Society. Aimed at Fat Trel, Miller asked, “If you moved on ten or 15 or 20 years after me, why is you talkin’ about me?”
However, as much as Master P denied any dodgy dealings, the co-host of The Breakfast Club radio show Jess Hilarious revealed that Master P also owes her money, claiming she’s due $15,000 for a 1998 movie she starred in, written and produced by Miller.
Addressing Master P, Jess Hilarious stressed how no amount of elapsed time can undo a debt, stating, “I don’t care if it was seven years or eleven years. If you did something, and I have something to say, that’s just what it is.”
She vehemently expressed how she believes Fat Trel’s story about getting conned by Master P, declaring, “I do believe him because that man [Master P] will talk a good game to you.”
She continued, “Even with me, I Got The Hook-Up. I’m still owed some bread for that. I’m not gonna lie. I ain’t gonna lie. He paid me for the first scene, but I did two scenes. I stayed there for 13 hours to do two scenes! I Got The Hook-Up was a skit movie, and I charge $15,000 per skit. As soon as he gives me the cheque, we’ll be cool!”
I Got The Hook-Up is one of many legendary hip-hop films and features appearances from the likes of Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, C-Murder, Mystikal and Silkk the Shocker to name a few. You can hear Jess Hilarious demanding her $15,000 in the video below.