TMZ stopped Master P on the street and asked him about the Nick Cannon situation.
He joined those criticizing Nick for saying sorry for his anti-Semitic and anti-white statements.
"It's about ownership, owning our own products, owning our own network. Until then, you can't say what you want to say all the time," Master P said. "My advice to Nick, you gotta go own something now. We got to stop burning our blocks down and protesting, we got their attention, it's time for us to start owning things. '
"Aunt Jamina, Uncle Ben Uncle Ben, 130 years those products been on the shelves, and we didn't own it. But it looked like us, so we've been spending money. Billions and billions those companies made. Not it's time for people like us to come up with products, come up with brands and own them so we can put money back into the community and then you don't have worry about getting fired."
"The only thing hate is that Nick Cannon apologized, he shouldn't have did that," P said, reiterating if Nick was an owner not a worker, he wouldn't have had to apologize.
What do you think about that? We're pretty sure any public figure would be apologizing for the things Nick said, even if he was an owner.