Master P on Drake and Kanye West Feud

On Tuesday’s (Sept. 7) episode of the Allison Interviews podcast, Percy “Master P” Miller shared his thoughts on highly publicized feuds between rappers that are “crossing the lines of safety,” as host Allison Kugel puts it. While West vs. Drake has been going on for more than a decade, the two recently butt heads during the lead-up of their respective albums Donda and Certified Lover Boy. After ‘Ye briefly leaked Drake’s address, the OVO MC seemed to take shots at him on his song “7am on Bridle Path,” and later leaked ‘Ye and André 3000’s “Life of the Party” collab that didn’t…

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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…

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No Limit Rapper Mac Granted Parole After Serving 21 Years in Prison

No Limit rapper McKinley “Mac” Phipps Jr. has been granted parole after Louisiana’s Governor granted him clemency in April. Although his release date has not been confirmed, Mac will be released after serving 21 years of a 30-year sentence. “Today marks the end of a long fight for justice,” said his wife, Angelique Phipps. “Today we are looking towards a brighter future for our family. We are grateful to all of those who have never wavered in their support of Mac’s innocence.” Mac served prison time for the murder of a teen…

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NO LIMIT SOLDIER MAC GRANTED CLEMENCY IN LOUISIANA

ST. GABRIEL, LOUISIANA – McKinley “Mac” Phipps, the former No Limit artist who has been imprisoned for over 20 years following a 2000 shooting, has been granted clemency by Louisiana Governor Jon Bel Edwards. Edwards made his decision on Thursday (April 8), two months after a Louisiana parole board voted unanimously to grant the rapper clemency. Hours after the governor’s decision, a photo was shared to Mac’s official Instagram account, updating fans while also highlighting the end of his sentence was near. “Check out the newest @huffpost article announcing the Governor’s granting…

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MASTER P’S 3-STAR BASKETBALL RECRUIT SON PICKS HBCU OVER DIVISION I COLLEGES

Master P’s son is following in the family business of playing Divison 1 basketball. Hercy Miller, the third of the No Limit mogul’s four sons, spurned major D1 programs and committed to play college basketball at Tennessee State University. The three-star recruit picked the historically Black college and university over programs such as the University of Southern California, UCLA, Louisville, Missouri, LSU and Vanderbilt. P took to Instagram on Friday (March 26) to celebrate his son’s decision along with a Tennessee State hype video. “My son @hercymiller commits to Tennessee State…

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