Master P recently told the younger generation to be a bit more humble and do a little less stunting.
That didn't sit right with Kodak Black, and he called P a hypocrite during his Breakfast Club interview.
"How you gonna say ‘okay it ain’t about no money’ but then turn around and be on some money sh*t?" Black said.
Now P has responded to that.
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2019 I’m investing my energy, time, and money into movies because movies can’t talk back. If you want to be successful it’s ok to say you don’t know everything. It’s ok to reach out to people who have been there before you. Put your trust and faith in God. Just remember the same people you tried to play games with on the way up you might need on the way down. I realized I can’t change or save people because you have to want to do that yourself. Don’t be afraid to grow up. Most importantly never burn relationships with people that kept it 100 with you.
"A lot of these artists, when you help them, they always say something crazy. I heard the thing that Kodak Black said about Boosie, Jeezy and about me. Only thing I was trying to do with the lil boy is help him ... Everything you do on the social media, all you doing is telling on yourself. You the police because you're telling on yourself. Putting guns, putting money up. You got 150G's but you can't give 10g's back to the community. Or the school you went to. My thing is it's a OK to say you don't know. Then people will help you. We've been doing this for over 20 years. I know y'all believe in these white guys with suits, but sometimes those that been there before you really can help you," P said.