Master P Responds To Kodak Black's Breakfast Club Interview: "You're The Police"

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Instagram – Master P and Kodak Black as soon as had a mentor-mentee sort of relationship however evidently that’s over. In a brand new Instagram publish, the No Limit boss had some phrases for the Pompano Beach-bred rapper after he caught wind of Kodak’s latest Breakfast Club interview.

During the dialog, Kodak talked about their severed relationship and insinuated P needed cash for mentorship.

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“How you gonna say, ‘OK, it ain’t about no cash,’ however then flip round and be on some cash shit?” Kodak mentioned.

Master P advised his 1.three million Instagram followers that wasn’t the case. He insists he was merely attempting to assist Kodak.

“Plenty of these artists, once you attempt to assist them, they are saying one thing loopy,” he mentioned within the clip. “The solely factor I used to be attempting to do with the little boy was assist him. Everything you doing on social media is telling on your self.

“You’re the police since you’re telling on your self. You’re placing weapons. You’re placing cash up. You received 150 Gs, however you possibly can’t give 10 Gs again to the group or college you went to.”

Master P continued within the caption, “2019 I’m investing my vitality, time, and cash into films as a result of films can’t discuss again. If you need to achieve success it’s okay to say you don’t know every part. It’s okay to succeed in out to individuals who have been there earlier than you. Put your belief and religion in God.

“Just keep in mind the identical folks you tried to play video games with on the best way up you would possibly want on the best way down. I noticed I can’t change or save folks as a result of you must need to try this your self. Don’t be afraid to develop up. Most importantly by no means burn relationships with folks that stored it 100 with you.”

Watch Kodak’s Breakfast Club interview under. His feedback about Master P start across the 24-minute mark.

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