Wack 100 Takes Credit For Master P’s Rapping Return – But Issues Nick Cannon Warning

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Wack 100 is patting himself on the back for getting Master P back in the booth. On Wednesday (January 26), the always outspoken music manager shared a screenshot of a HipHopDX story about the No Limit CEO’s new single “Look At All These Haters.” Not only did he applaud himself for pushing P to rap again, he also warned him to stop talking about Nick Cannon.

“Little oh me got P back on his feet!” he wrote in the caption. “I must of struck a nerve. Ok Now rebuild & regroup & 1 more thing keep Nick’s name out ya mouth. Valley. OBG THE TRUTH CAN NEVER BE CONSIDERED DISRESPECT.” 

The back-and-forth started after Wack 100 claimed Master P was “broke” during a recent Clubhouse conversation, which sparked a debate over the music mogul’s net worth.

“First of all, he don’t own his masters, they took them eighteen years ago,” he began. “You think this n-gga be selling noodles? The feds took his catalog, bro. Nick Cannon got real money, for real. Real, real money. I’m like, ‘How is [Master P] talking to this n-gga about what he doing and you ain’t nowhere in place, my n-gga. You can’t even stand with this man on a bad day. Who is you, bro, to be telling this n-gga about his business decisions and your business decisions ain’t been right for damn near 20 years!?”

He added, “P ain’t never been Baby. P has never in his life had the kind of money Baby had” when someone attempts to compare him to Bryan “Birdman” Williams.

Coincidentally, “Look At All These Haters” arrived just days later, a remix of “Stop Hatin” from the 1997 album Ghetto D in which he raps, “How do hatin get started?/It started by the jealous people and they get mad over the things you have and the things they’ll never have/Tell me if you hustle it really ain’t hard to get/You can get yours I got mine so stay out my mix/I heard you spreading rumors/I’m really not impressed/I tell you only one time with my scrilla fool don’t mess.”

Master P has built a multi-million dollar empire with No Limit and subsequent business endeavors since he lost his master recordings nearly two decades ago. He initially addressed Wack 100’s comments in an Instagram post on January 18, P using a clip of his October 2021 interview with Nick Cannon for The Nick Cannon Show in which he talks about his journey from poor Louisiana native to wealthy business mogul.

“@nickcannon is my brother from another mother,” he wrote in the caption. “We’ve got a lot of love and respect for each other. We discussed this a couple months ago the three types of people: poor-minded people think and talk about money, rich people collect material things and wealth-minded people produce ideas that create success. The Bible says our people perish from lack of knowledge. As a culture we have to stop comparing, self-hating and tearing each other down. Let’s educate and empower the next generation. #GODisGOOD #BOSSUP #WESTRONGERTOGETHER.”