Master P:I'm a TRUE entrepreneur;my boss is God not Jimmy Iovine

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 05-21-2007, 08:33 AM         #21
krzyboilace  OP
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o an another thing i hope p an his label just focus on them being clean because i dont agree with the whole censoring of rap!!!!!
 05-21-2007, 08:34 AM         #22
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im glad master p addressed this and im glad he admitted he use to be part of the problem cuz the music he was releasing back in teh days were the exact problems he was addressing. Props to P. fu*k 50 cent. Money aint even that important in life, at least not over actin like a bi*ch when you 30 years old


Master P is a smart man. He could have used his money to buy a car but instead he invested that sh*t and became like what 100 million dollars richer from like 25g or so?


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 11 years ago '04        #23
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Doanld Trump claim bankrupcty few times and he far from broke.. thats something rich people do i see... Master P did get that ice cream man from yukmouth i admit that,but if thats the case we can say 50 stole In Da Club from Beanie Siegel.. Its a song it wasnt copyright infringement two totally different things...
 11 years ago '06        #24
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I'm glad that Master P is addressing the situation. In case yall don't know the backstory, one day Master P said, "I'm not cursing no more." Then 50 Cent said, "Well he don't sell records anymore anyways." That type of negativity is what the problem is. On top of the Master P was stealing Pac verses WAYYY before 50.

On another note, I hate it how the people who are trying to justify 50 cent are w people. these w people are the main reason why rap is so fu*ked up right now. adding their two cents when its really not needed nor appreciated. half of the sh*t they say on this site, they wouldn't say amongst their own peers or even parents. so when it comes to these types of topics, unjustified negativity is definitely not needed nor asked for.
 05-21-2007, 08:48 AM         #25
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Huh?@Down south dont buy most albums,females do. other than that u right he need to respect those that helped him & the ones before him. Master P did his thing though like no other,but he did the Bay Area dirty taking the LuniZ steelo with the Ice Cream Truck & other dirty underhanded things. But he milked his 15 minutes of fame for all it was worth. But 50 outsold No Limit whole catalog he like 20 times platnium if im not mistaken..But Master P made more money, 80 cents out of every dollar he made.Now that pimping
He's right. Regionally, the South is the one who buys the majority of records. As far as who buys records between men and women yea women buy the majority of records but regionally the South buys majority of the albums.


NOw THats real talk......an if n*ggas bring up master p filing FOR bankruptcy it was to protect his a.ssets.........smart man
Yessir. The boy ain't dumb and like dude said above, Donald Trump also filed bankruptcy. Like you stated it was to protect his a.ssets. I don't know why people think P is some dumbass dude.
 05-21-2007, 08:52 AM         #26
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..so I guess God cuts his check too?


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 05-21-2007, 08:52 AM         #27
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 DINER0 said:
Uhmmm Well back in the day I remember 50 in one of his first XXL interview(PRESHADY/PRE "9"SHOTS) saying it be silly for Master P to talk about the hood anymore cause who would believe a millionaire talking bout shooting n*ggaZ,now he seems to doing that. He also diss Ja for singing & took his style & ran with it....

"fu*k That Beef sh*t,That sh*ts Played Out" Biggie "n*ggaZ Bleed Like Us"
remember that like yesterday
 11 years ago '04        #28
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All of these rappers are full of sh*t.....
 05-21-2007, 09:02 AM         #29
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he made millions outta of sthin he is critizicin right now... how this can be right ? come on G
 11 years ago '05        #30
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 DINER0 said:

May 20, 2007
Curtis Jackson's comment motivated me. There are a lot of immature people in the world. Oprah Winfrey is absolutely right, we need to grow up and be responsible for our own actions.

I paid for Curtis's first rap tour through the south. He was such a humble guy at the time. Most artists' mission is to sell records. My mission is to help save and change lives.

There's a lack of knowledge and false information out there. I could actually say Little Jay and Rap-A-Lot Records inspired my successful career and I will always respect them no matter what.

I wrote the blueprint for this generation. The only difference is there's no more honor and respect in the game.

Think about it: people in jail are not writing letters proclaiming to come out and do the same thing that landed them there in the first place. People in the hood don't want to stay poor for the rest of their lives. They want to change. Parents that really love their kids would rather sacrifice their own lives so that their kids could make a change to have a better life and a better education.

I'm glad that there are people like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and organizations like the NAACP that are out there f!ghting for our rights and dignity. I have finally realized that EVERY person is either a part of the problem or part of the solution and that is why I have decided to take a stand! I'm reaching out to corporate America to form an alliance for the sake of putting the value back into our communities by rebuilding and developing schools and businesses.

First of all, it's simply disappointing to see people that are in a position to help make a change just sit back and entertain the negativity. It's sad to see Steven Hill set all of these programming standards at BET, just to contradict himself for the sake of marketing dollars or artist performances in order to create the appearance of a successful award show. The record company with the biggest marketing check controls the music video stations so we need to go after the people who actually control these programming networks if we want real CHANGE.

I guess by taking a stand, my son and I will probably not be invited back to the BET awards. But it's O.K. I got love for BET; there are a lot of good people there. Hopefully, this will help people to see the real changes that need to be made. My son and I will sacrifice our airtime because this is bigger than us, this issue desperately needed to be addressed a long time ago.

There are four things that differentiate me from artists like Curtis Jackson. One, I can honestly admit that I was once part of the problem. Two, I don't want my son to grow up and be like me. I want him to be better and do better - and that is why he is taking the time to pursue a college degree. Three, money don't make me, I make money. My goal is to educate our people in building generational wealth and knowing how important it is to own real estate. Four, I'm a TRUE entrepreneur; my boss is God not Jimmy Iovine. From one brother to another, if you misunderstand my purpose you could always pick up the phone or talk to me in person. I'm trying to be part of the solution not the problem. The media thrives on entertaining, especially the negativity no matter what the cost. I'm praying for the brothers that are lost out there.

Throughout the years, I have lost so many relatives and friends. This year, I'd like to focus on the comedy movies because we need to laugh more. The first movie that I'm producing is "Black Supaman" and thereafter will be "The Mail Man" starring Tony Cox and myself. I'm setting up a book tour for "Guaranteed Success" and a Hip Hop Business class with financial expert Curtis Oakes for those seeking knowledge. I understand that I can't change the whole Hip Hop industry; I'm only trying to do my part. If you're real, be a part of the positive movement with Take A Stand Records.com Look for the first single "I Wanna Be Like You" from the album "Hip Hop History." I'm in negotiations with Wal-Mart and Target for direct distribution. Those are all examples of the positive difference I am trying to make in this industry.

I'm reaching out to my friends Shaquille O'Neal, Will Smith, Russell Simmons, Queen Latifah, Derek Anderson, Charles Barkley, Emmitt Smith, Beyonce, and Reverend Run to help contribute to this positive movement. I will also be holding a press conference with the president NAACP and will be able to answer any questions at that time.

I am not asking any other hip-hop or gangsta rap artist change what they do; that's how they make their money. Furthermore, I am not a preacher; I'm just telling the world what I'm doing and the changes that I am making because it's something I want to do. If that's sending mixed signals to people then they need to deal with their own conscience first.


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 11 years ago '04        #31
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look at this n*gga name dropping and sh*t trying ot impress a n*gga.

Talking about he wants Romeo to focus on school. Of course n*gga, he's not gonna sell any records.

On some real sh*t, fu*k No Limit, The New No Limit, The Old No Limit, and all the fu*king future incarnations that Master P will ever do.

That sh*t is terrible, I swear since 97 I always thought that they were some Cash Money bitin' a.ss n*ggaz. Wobbledy Wobbledy?

The only n*ggaz that did it in the NO for me was Cash Money.
 11 years ago '05        #32
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that's real talk
 05-21-2007, 09:27 AM         #33
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 Floeji said:
look at this n*gga name dropping and sh*t trying ot impress a n*gga.

Talking about he wants Romeo to focus on school. Of course n*gga, he's not gonna sell any records.

On some real sh*t, fu*k No Limit, The New No Limit, The Old No Limit, and all the fu*king future incarnations that Master P will ever do.

That sh*t is terrible, I swear since 97 I always thought that they were some Cash Money bitin' a.ss n*ggaz. Wobbledy Wobbledy?

The only n*ggaz that did it in the NO for me was Cash Money.
^^You may be the only person in the thread who missed the entire point.

I don't even think P was trying to put it to 50 like that...he was simply speaking knowledge.






A lot of people forget, P has been there and done that. I don't give a sh*t what you're trying to do in the record industry...when this man talks, LISTEN. He knows what he's talking about and you could learn something from him.
 05-21-2007, 09:28 AM         #34
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 prolific1 said:
50 Cent is a very intelligent & articulate brother. But he chooses to sell ignorance & death through his music. Which ultimately makes him ignorant.
propped... my thoughts exactly
 11 years ago '06        #35
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dude i think you guys are a little misguided on how this started.a reporter asked why dont you clean up your music like master p fif simply responed p aint sellin records. you think they would ask the rolling stones to stop performin satisfaction or aerosmith to stop performin love in a elevator to promote abstinence,because eddie money doesnt make s3x records anymore.basically p is a legend in the game but at the same time he is about as relevant as dmc no disrespect but thats a fact. cause as cold it is none of yall are going to buy his albums or romeos.
 05-21-2007, 09:58 AM         #36
rush0  OP
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Exactly the kinda response 50 wanted im sure
 11 years ago '05        #37
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Let's all remember he got all his game and independent hustle from the Bay Area. When he was living in Richmond, CA. E-40, JT Tha Bigga Figga, Too $hort, Rappin' 4-Tay, all showed this n*gga how to make money, and he also stole acts from hella n*ggas like the Luniz. They was on that Ice Cream man sh*t before his a.ss, that's why Yuk dissed the sh*t out of him, and Pastor Troy, cuz he bites whatever's hot. Bow wow to Lil Romeo, he also did go bankrupt a few years back. I can see that he's trying to make a change, but I can't see it as real, I can only look at it as a marketing tool for a record label that hasn't seen a Platinum Plaque since Snoop Dogg left.
 05-21-2007, 10:12 AM         #38
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 DINER0 said:

May 20, 2007
Curtis Jackson's comment motivated me. There are a lot of immature people in the world. Oprah Winfrey is absolutely right, we need to grow up and be responsible for our own actions.

I paid for Curtis's first rap tour through the south. He was such a humble guy at the time. Most artists' mission is to sell records. My mission is to help save and change lives.

There's a lack of knowledge and false information out there. I could actually say Little Jay and Rap-A-Lot Records inspired my successful career and I will always respect them no matter what.

I wrote the blueprint for this generation. The only difference is there's no more honor and respect in the game.

Think about it: people in jail are not writing letters proclaiming to come out and do the same thing that landed them there in the first place. People in the hood don't want to stay poor for the rest of their lives. They want to change. Parents that really love their kids would rather sacrifice their own lives so that their kids could make a change to have a better life and a better education.

I'm glad that there are people like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and organizations like the NAACP that are out there f!ghting for our rights and dignity. I have finally realized that EVERY person is either a part of the problem or part of the solution and that is why I have decided to take a stand! I'm reaching out to corporate America to form an alliance for the sake of putting the value back into our communities by rebuilding and developing schools and businesses.

First of all, it's simply disappointing to see people that are in a position to help make a change just sit back and entertain the negativity. It's sad to see Steven Hill set all of these programming standards at BET, just to contradict himself for the sake of marketing dollars or artist performances in order to create the appearance of a successful award show. The record company with the biggest marketing check controls the music video stations so we need to go after the people who actually control these programming networks if we want real CHANGE.

I guess by taking a stand, my son and I will probably not be invited back to the BET awards. But it's O.K. I got love for BET; there are a lot of good people there. Hopefully, this will help people to see the real changes that need to be made. My son and I will sacrifice our airtime because this is bigger than us, this issue desperately needed to be addressed a long time ago.

There are four things that differentiate me from artists like Curtis Jackson. One, I can honestly admit that I was once part of the problem. Two, I don't want my son to grow up and be like me. I want him to be better and do better - and that is why he is taking the time to pursue a college degree. Three, money don't make me, I make money. My goal is to educate our people in building generational wealth and knowing how important it is to own real estate. Four, I'm a TRUE entrepreneur; my boss is God not Jimmy Iovine. From one brother to another, if you misunderstand my purpose you could always pick up the phone or talk to me in person. I'm trying to be part of the solution not the problem. The media thrives on entertaining, especially the negativity no matter what the cost. I'm praying for the brothers that are lost out there.

Throughout the years, I have lost so many relatives and friends. This year, I'd like to focus on the comedy movies because we need to laugh more. The first movie that I'm producing is "Black Supaman" and thereafter will be "The Mail Man" starring Tony Cox and myself. I'm setting up a book tour for "Guaranteed Success" and a Hip Hop Business class with financial expert Curtis Oakes for those seeking knowledge. I understand that I can't change the whole Hip Hop industry; I'm only trying to do my part. If you're real, be a part of the positive movement with Take A Stand Records.com Look for the first single "I Wanna Be Like You" from the album "Hip Hop History." I'm in negotiations with Wal-Mart and Target for direct distribution. Those are all examples of the positive difference I am trying to make in this industry.

I'm reaching out to my friends Shaquille O'Neal, Will Smith, Russell Simmons, Queen Latifah, Derek Anderson, Charles Barkley, Emmitt Smith, Beyonce, and Reverend Run to help contribute to this positive movement. I will also be holding a press conference with the president NAACP and will be able to answer any questions at that time.

I am not asking any other hip-hop or gangsta rap artist change what they do; that's how they make their money. Furthermore, I am not a preacher; I'm just telling the world what I'm doing and the changes that I am making because it's something I want to do. If that's sending mixed signals to people then they need to deal with their own conscience first.


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 11 years ago '05        #39
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 DINER0 said:
Huh?@Down south dont buy most albums,females do. other than that u right he need to respect those that helped him & the ones before him. Master P did his thing though like no other,but he did the Bay Area dirty taking the LuniZ steelo with the Ice Cream Truck & other dirty underhanded things. But he milked his 15 minutes of fame for all it was worth. But 50 outsold No Limit whole catalog he like 20 times platnium if im not mistaken..But Master P made more money, 80 cents out of every dollar he made.Now that pimping
Ithink master p has sold like 80 mill world wide if i ain't mistaken
 05-21-2007, 10:45 AM         #40
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Master P is right, he started his own sh*t, music label, clothes, movies, etc...even thou nto that successful dude still get money u cant hate on that. Id say the only rapper prolly in the whole business
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