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Master P Disappointed In Lil Boosie After C-Murder Collabo

Mar 12, 2014 | 5:00 PM    Written By: Desire T
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Shortly after the release of Lil Boosie and C-Murder's track "Came 2 Da Can," Master P talked to AllHipHop about the track and his disappointment in his brother and Lil Boosie.

On the track the two rappers call out people who allegedly haven't been there for them during their time in prison. C-Murder calls out his brother Master P accusing him of ignoring his case and never visiting him.

In his statement to AllHipHop, Master P calls the track "outdated" and claims that his brother has always been a priority.

"I want to see Lil Boosie get a second chance and take over this Hip Hop game as a Louisiana street artist but getting on that song with C was disappointing. Honestly, the beat was wack and outdated. He gotta know that C has a problem and we're dealing with family issues. I've always put C and family first. It's funny when I seen the press conference and Boosie talked about doing a project with C but he said it would be 'down the line' because he got 'bigger business to do' like take care of his family. And I respect that. But I've made C a priority while taking care of all of our families in good and bad times, but he got more love for his friends."

Master P also mentions that he would make time to visit his brother frequently and has spent millions on his case.

"I love my brother but at times he can be ungrateful and disrespectful. I've spent millions of dollars towards his legal fees in fighting all of his cases. Even when I've told him, "No", I still came through. If that isn't love, I don't know what is. I'm not God, I can't break somebody out of jail. I wasn't at the club with him that night, he put himself in that predicament, he just beat two cases before that, in which I paid for and supported."

Towards the end of his statement, he says he has love for Boosie and his brother but he's ready to move on.

"As a man, we have to be responsible for our own actions. I realize this is not about love, this is about money. And this often happens to families that are dealing with relatives with addictions, lack of education and financial literacy. I was taught that wise man learns but a fool never will." At the end of the day, all family fuss and fight but when it get real only your family gon be there for you."

Do you think Boosie was wrong for working with C-Murder?

Source: allhiphop.com

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