Over the last several years, Master P has been called out by Fat Trel, Slay Sean, Kodak Black, 50 Cent, and his own son Romeo for shady business practices.

P had some words for any of his old artists who would shade him.

“If you moved on 10 or 15 or 20 years after me, why is you talkin’ about me? How could an artist be mad at me? Let me tell y’all what my motto was: if you don’t want to be with me, I don’t want to be with you,” P said. “It was almost like in a relationship. I ain’t tryin’ to hold you back. And so, a lot of these artists go back and check. Whenever they say they didn’t want to be with No Limit or they feel that they could go and move on, I tear they contract up …. They still talkin’ about me. That make me feel good. You still thinking ’bout me?” After seven years, you shouldn’t be allowed to get on no podcast and talk about nobody. Think about it. It’s a statute of limitation.”

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