Master P’s Son, Hercy Miller Signs $2M Deal Day After NCAA Rule Change

 

Update 07/02/2021 9:24am:

Master P previously talked about a move that he made for his son, revealing that he was

able to get the athlete a multi-million dollar deal. Now, P has revealed the amount of

money he got his son Hercy after the player committed to playing college ball at

Tennessee State.

News of this comes immediately after the NCAA rule change, where athletes have now

been cleared to make money. While speaking to TMZ, Master P and Hercy gave more

details on the new situation. Master P said, “It was a 2 million dollar deal. It’s incredible.

This is gonna change the way college athletes want to stay in school.” Hercy chimed in

with his thoughts on the matter, saying, “I signed a deal with an American technology

company. Like my dad said, it’s a blessing.”

When speaking about what he was going to do with the new financial gain, Hercy said, “I

learned from my dad, I’m gonna start off by giving back to the community and everyone

around me. I have a camp July 21.” He continued on saying, “I’m giving back to the kids.

Giving school supplies.” Along with that, the Tennessee State freshman noted he is going

to cop a Tesla. Watch above.

source: TMZ


Original 04/25/2021 1:18pm:

Master P recently revealed a move he made for his son, noting that he was able to get his

son Hercy Miller a multi-million dollar deal.

19-year-old Hercy Miller recently just committed to playing college ball at Tennessee

State, and Master P and his son spoke to TMZ to give more detail on the reported deal he

made for Hercy.

The No Limit mogul said, “We have a lot of deals on the table, not only for Hercy but for

[his son] Mercy. In August, the league is changing, the NCAA. You’ll be able to make

money off your likeness, you’ll be able to do marketing deals.” He continued, saying,

“So, right now I have a deal on the table for Hercy for $2.5 million. He never even played

a lick of [college] basketball.”

Master P didn’t reveal the companies he was working with, but possible deals for Hercy

Miller aren’t farfetched as the NCAA recently supported amateur athletes making money

through endorsements. P also spoke on his son committing to an HBCU, saying, “I think

the spotlight from what Hercy’s done is really gonna be on HBCU’s and anybody that’s

watching this that has a kid, don’t be afraid to send your kid to an HBCU.” Watch above.

source: TMZ

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