Snoop Says Master P Saved His Life & Stopped Him From Putting Out A Song Called ‘F*** Death Row’

Snoop Says Master P Saved His Life & Stopped Him From Putting Out A Song Called ‘F*** Death Row’

Snoop Dogg is crediting fellow rapper Master P for saving his life.

During a virtual appearance on The Breakfast Club, he shed more light on his relationship and adoration for No Limits founder, Master P.

Snoop Dogg spoke on being featured in BET’s docu-series “No Limit Chronicles”, which tells the story of Master P’s No Limit Records. Snoop Dogg revealed,

“Man, do you realize that that saved my life? Like, Master P saved my life.”

Snoop Dogg detailed a trying time during his life after his days at Death Row Records under infamous executive, Suge Knight.  He claimed,

“I was gon’ put out a record called ‘F*ck Death Row’ and Mack 10, he was gon’ give me a million dollars to put it out.”

He recalled a meeting with Master P in his office after closing a $35,000 song deal that Master P had purchased from him.  After the self-proclaimed Dogg Pound Gangster disclosed his plans to release “F*ck Death Row,” he claimed that Master P told him,

“Man, you ain’ t gon’ live to see that album come out.  Don’t do that. You can’t make no record talking about Death Row and Suge Knight, you gotta let that sh*t go man.”

It was then that Snoop said Master P proposed an offer to the rapper. He flew Snoop to New Orleans from Los Angeles, bought him a house, and gave him enough money to bring his wife and children with him.

According to Snoop, Master P told him,

“If you want to sign with me, you gotta come down to New Orleans.  You can’t be out here. You and your whole family gotta come down here.”

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Both Master P and Snoop Dogg posted a No Limit photo saluting the team that included rappers Silk The Shocker and Mystikal.

In September 2019, Master P announced a No Limit reunion tour, but due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, most touring events have been postponed or canceled.

The 5 episodic No Limit docu-series, which premiered Wednesday, July 29, chronicles the life of Master P from his humble beginnings in New Orleans throughout his career to becoming a multi-millionaire.

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Authored by: Robin Ayers