There's been a lot of elder abuse going on in the Hip Hop-R&B world lately.
Whether it be Offset dragging Layzie Bone's bank, Tory Lanez getting most disrespekful with Royce Da 5'9" or Jacquees declaring himself the best there's been.
Master P's heard it all and he wants the new school to check themselves before they do what the industry wants them to do and wreck themselves.
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Don’t be afraid to grow up and change. It’s ok to be cocky and confident, but never disrespect the people that came before you because they paved the way. If you continue to do the right thing, one day you are going to get older. Keep your trust and faith in God and even the haters can’t stop you from turning your life around and chasing your dreams. Money comes and goes but respect is for ever. @meekmill @real_gangstamillio @kingroygotti1 #fromthehoodtohollywood #weallwegot
"It's OK to be cocky and confident," P said. "But stop saying you're better than the people that came before you. Do you think Michael Jackson or Prince would have said they was better than the people that came before them? Stay humble. Because that's what these people in these corporate offices are doing. They want you to destroy each other. They want the women to fight against each other. We actually killing ourselves. I remember when Meek Mill was just a kid a couple of years ago. Know he's growing up. Don't be afraid to grow up and change. I love this generation ... But these evil spirits that you're playing into right now. We just losing."
P went on to mention the social-media fueled self-snitching epidemic in Hip Hop and told the youngsters to cut that out, too.