Slim Jesus isn't the only one out here burning record contracts.
Young Junne hoped on the 'gram yesterday and put a lighter to the contract he claimed Master P and No Limit were trying to get him to sign.
Junne also disclosed some damning allegations about Master P's business practices:
@officialmasterp I am not with NoLimit anymore. I am sorry to all the NoLimit fans who supported me, but I got tired of Master P taking/Stealing my music and using it for himself to attempt to become relevant again. This man called me yesterday asking me to sign a contract that I obviously turned down...twice. Master P tried to have me sign for 7 years! We all know my style of music and it already does not fit the Nolimit persona. I was Master P's best chance of making NoLimit a respected label again because we ALL know he's played out. His YouTube views & his IG followers are not legitimate and I can't respect that from someone who I thought was one of the realist, but ended up being the biggest fraud behind all of those icy chains and that Versace shirt that we are all familiar with. You bash on other stars just to get exposure [Lamar Odom and Kobe, etc]. P, you're mad because I left. But I left because your not relevant in this music game & you rob niggas way too often. You wasted a year of my life because you never respect my vision, but yet when you left the studio and let me do my thang you seem to always come back with "yeah this is coo, imma jump on it". You tried to take away my ability to grow as an individual & artist. Did you all notice that every artist that had anything to do with P left this fony man and THEN they got big. One thing you should know about P is he surrounds himself around a bunch of "yes men" who are trained to not speak unless spoken to. You got all the money in the world, but yet your artists and NoLimit affiliates are living like straight shit; all of the artist live in the basement of P's studio in what feels like prison cells with paper thin walls and no privacy.I thought when you work for someone you get paid for it and that was NOT the case, niggas were hungry, sleeping on floors, couldn't take showers, but yet P would walk in with his thousand dollar outfits & say alright let's do a video while we all looked fucked up! Let's all not forget these are the people who SIGNED that contract filled with loop holes and false promises. So stop calling my phone.You can't stop God's seed from growing, but you sure did plant it
What do you think? Granted, Master P isn't close to as relevant as he once was. But the shady tactics Junne is accusing P of are probably fairly widespread throughout the industry.
Update: No Limit has responded to the allegations. They say Junne is being an ungrateful self-promoter, and was never actually signed to the label.