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Master P Calls Out Rappers For Doing Too Much Syrup

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Master P's work ethic was legendary. At its peak, it seemed like his label No Limit was putting out a new project each week.

The game has changed since then, and Master P hasn't been as involved in a while.

But he says he's getting back into it, and in an interview with the Breakfast Club he insists that hard work can overcome the challenges of our new digital era.

The 48-year old also questioned the work ethic of the current crop of rappers and moguls, and argued that their drug of choice is getting in the way of success.

Nobody really wanna work no more...Everybody getting high now," He said. "The syrup is killing this whole generation. Sometimes you don't have to work for the money. If you do what you gotta do and you good at it, the money gon' come. You gotta love what you're doing. And you gotta educate yourself."
Do agree with Master P that the drank is holding the new generation back?

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