The chief of the ailing No Limit Records claims to have written somme of the songs on the star's new album...

MASTER P, chief of the ailing NO LIMIT RECORDS, has taken a swipe at rising star MYSTIKAL, claiming to have written some of the songs on the latter’s new album.

Speaking to Los Angeles radio stations while on a promotional trip to the city last week (January 3), Master P labelled his former charge a “punk” for leaving No Limit “when times got hard” and also seemed to resent the success Mystikal was now finding with current album ‘Let’s Get Ready’.

Mystikal, real name Michael Tyler, released ‘Unpredictable’ through, No Limit in 1997 before signing to Jive and released his breakthrough album ‘Ghetto Fabulous’ in 1998.


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