A few weeks ago, A$AP surprised Coachella by bringing out Master P and his No Limit soldiers on stage. Propane Media was present backstage (1:13) during their first encounter.
A$AP Rocky performs his first single “Goldie” and brings out Master P and his No Limit family for “Make Em Say Uhh!” and “I Miss My Homies” (dedicated to Trayvon Martin) live at Coachella on April 21, 2012.
This joint isn’t bad at all…although its hard to lose with Meek Mill right now.
This is Part 1 of “The Next 48 Hours With Master P,” a 2 part web series which goes behind the scenes during the relaunch of No Limit Forever. Part 1 features Master P giving out Turkeys in Baton Rouge, Romeo giving a tour of the No Limit Forever headquarters in LA known as “The Bat Cave” and introducing his new label roster Bengi B, TEC, T-Bo, Gangsta, Oaktree, G5-J, Miss Chee, Playa, Eastwood
Count Master P among the many rappers facing legal and financial woes, as the man once reported as being worth $600 million is being sued for $240,000 and pushed into bankruptcy court.
Legal documents obtained by TMZ indicate that a group of people that worked for P on his 2003 movie Uncle P were never paid. What’s more, several members of the crew sued the rapper in 2005 and won, but he allegedly never paid up.
The class has taken its case to U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Los Angeles, with the goal to push P, real name Percy Miller, into bankruptcy so that an independent trustee will manage his assets.