Master P Says MMG Is A "Better Fit" For Fat Trel Than No Limit Forever

Master P explains why a No Limit deal with Fat Trel never happened.

Louie V Mob, a group consisting of Fat Trel, Alley Boy and No Limit boss Master P, dropped a mixtape together last year titled New World Order. The February 2013 mixtape would be both the debut and final project of the trio as we know it as Fat Trel would sign to Maybach Music Group just five months later.

In a recent statement he made to AllHipHop, Master P talked about the disintegration of his relationship with Fat Trel and says the Washington D.C. native wouldn't be a good fit for his label.

“Fat Trel is a good rap artist, but the No Limit Forever brand is about building entrepreneurs and business partners," he said. "When I was around Fat Trel, he was in a rush to getting a check and a record deal versus being patient and building his own to be a true boss. I even spoke with his manager and told him that this was not an overnight process. I’m not in the business of signing artists, this second go round I want to help all of my artists/partners to become their own boss but that requires sacrifice and hard work if you want to make millions. I’m not just cutting checks and taking care of artists anymore. No Limit Forever is a real independent company, this is not just a write-off for us. And if you’re a real street dude, you would appreciate me for what I’ve already done for you and your family."

Master P also talked about his initial relationship with Fat Trel and says he treated him as a member of his movement even without officially signing him.

"I went above and beyond for Fat Trel," he explained. "I took him out a negative environment, got him a safe place to stay in Los Angeles, transportation, put money in his pocket, paid for plane tickets and hotels for him and his team, got him exposure, put him on music with me and all without a contract just because I believed in the little homie."

Finally, P gave Gleesh his blessing and says he's a better fit with MMG.

"I told his mother that I would do my best to help him. I admit I was surprised when I heard that he did a deal with Wale because I thought they didn’t like each other. But I wish him the best with MMG. I think it’s a better fit for him as an artist."

In an April 3 interview, Fat Trel told MTV that his business with No Limit "didn't go right" and that he and Master P "have no relationship."

"It didn’t go right," he said when asked why he didn't sign to No Limit Records. "Things weren’t done correctly on the business tip, so me and Master P have no relationship."

Back in October of 2012, it seemed imminent that Fat Trel would be signing to No Limit. In a tweet on Halloween of that year, Trel relayed that a "big decision" was coming and "#NoLimit" followed. 

Read the full AllHipHop statement here and see Fat Trel's No Limit tweet below: 

RELATED: Master P, Alley Boy & Fat Trel Form Super Group Louie V Mob

52 Comments

  • Anonymous

    So you like 'em fit, Percy?

  • Anonymous

    i hope Alley Boy disses that fat slob and his fat boss bitch tits.

  • Anonymous

    Fat, lacking loyalty, mediocre MC, and just plain gross looking...Good Luck, you Turd

  • Anonymous

    Fat Trel isn't loyal just like everyone else on MMG. It's cool though Ross don't care, he signs niggas who shit talk him on twitter and who film his buddys momma for the enemy.

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  • ill

    I heard was financially raping his artists back in the No Limit golden era. And what happened to Beats by the Pound? One of the greatest production groups ever just fell off the map when No Limit folded

    • Anonymous

      from the dozens of artists signed to No Limit, no one has ever come forth with a story of being taken advantage of, in fact, most agree that they had the absolute best record deals in the history of the industry...niggas would kill for the types of deals P offered his artist's in the late 90's...

    • ill

      you right, I read that interview with Mr. Serv-on. Shit was cool till KLC and P didn't see eye to eye

    • real

      Well you heard wrong. Mia X said everyone had a 50/50 deal they split the sales of the records 50/50 with P as well as owning a portion of their masters.

  • WilliamLWarren

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  • Anonymous

    "but sales only count if you reach 500K and go Gold" Usually I'd throw verbal ninja stars at a statement like this, but I agree.

  • Mortis

    I remember shitting my pants for the first time. Such euphoria. MMG

  • Anonymous

    ""the MMG machine is well oiled and gets their artists the maximum in exposure" Hell yeah, I saw Gunplay on TMZ too! He was getting his azz beat and flying through the air on some neverending story type shit but he still got that maximum exposure. He even helped MMG get some maximum exposure when he got his MMG chain in a 50 Cent video with Snoop." I'm Black so when I referenced "exposure" I was speaking in reference to print media, radio, and television, the circus stuff is for entertaining 50acent fans who lurk on TMZ and other gossip sites more than music sites.

    • Anonymous

      Yet all three of these niggas make the same songs talking about the same shit.

    • Anonymous

      It's a family affair over there, when you do the research on these vanity labels you will see how they are all ran different but the ones that seem to be successful are the ones with diverse rosters. Rockie Fresh, Omarion and Wale are vastly different artists but have their own lane nonetheless.

    • Anonymous

      @Bruthaadee is pissed off.

    • Anonymous

      bruthadee caught feelins

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, he right, it's a better fit. Be sure to checkout thegrandreport, the have some good hip hop and viral videos on there

  • Felicia

    one of the ugliest rappers in the game actually no one is uglier than this lord of the rings ogre looking ass ninja

  • Anonymous

    I thought he had beef with Wale too wtf? You gotta be dumb as rocks to sign with Wale and Ross, who's signed to someone else, over Master P, just compare the resumes fuck who's hot right now. P was gonna teach him how to be a boss, Ross will show him how to pretend to be one.

    • Jason

      Alley Boy going to be alright he a street nigga.

    • Jason

      "Artists sign where they feel they can get the most exposure, have the most creative control and get the most money. MMG move like a major label, they have their own A&Rs, their own film crew and their own promotion&marketing team. Master P is a legend so lets see how Alley Boys career goes and lets see how Trels career goes." "MMG moves LIKE a MAJOR LABEL"... Don't major labels rob the artist?

    • Anonymous

      Artists sign where they feel they can get the most exposure, have the most creative control and get the most money. MMG move like a major label, they have their own A&Rs, their own film crew and their own promotion&marketing team. Master P is a legend so lets see how Alley Boys career goes and lets see how Trels career goes.

  • Anonymous

    He's a better fit for mmg because no limit can't really get anything out other than Master P and maybe his son. MMG releases projects from meek and wale and stalley and other dope artists and have success each time.

    • Anonymous

      "I think but my fav song is probably "Slight Work" feat Big Sean and Wale." This says so much about you lololol.

    • Anonymous

      bruthadee is a black nerd

    • Anonymous

      One of the whites became angry when we mentioned GOOD music and MMG in the same sentence. MMG and Good collaborate often to show contempt for the haters, so you will see Meek and Ross on a Big Sean album and then Kanye on Ross album and Ross on his....then Ross on Pusha T album and Big Sean on a Meek album. The most frequent collab between the two labels is Jon Legend and Ross, I think but my fav song is probably "Slight Work" feat Big Sean and Wale. We enjoy music that makes the outsiders angry.

    • LOOLOL

      LOL @ faggots comparing MMG to GOOD music!!! LOL HAAAA good joke for the day!! MMG is fucking terrible, same fuck boys bumpin that shit, same stupid niggas buying jordans instead of child support

    • TRE

      LMAO love the response ^^

    • Pimp C's Ghost

      Nah, nigga, that was me. Forgot about Webbie's Gold album, ho ass nigga? I also went Gold 3 times with Bun. Smoke sumthin, bitch!

    • Anonymous

      Rozay is the first rapper in history to be a Gold artist that signed a rapper to go Gold.

    • Anonymous

      Meek mill is very close to a gold.

    • Anonymous

      ^ Common went gold too.

    • Anonymous

      Meek Mill only did 380K and had the tenth best selling Rap album of 2012 but sales only count if you reach 500K and go Gold. The only rap nigga on Good Music that has a Gold record besides Kanye is Kid Cudi.

    • chris

      Ummm do they?...you must be talking mixtape..they sale a little but the only nigga that has a gold record besides Ross is Wale

  • Anonymous

    Fat Trel wasn't making Master P any money, so now he's MMG's problem.

  • TRE

    Fat Trel is ASS. I'd honestly rather listen to Rick Ross how sad is that

  • Anonymous

    No Limit is a bad fit for any rapper because I cant recall the last rapper that had a buzz or success out of their camp. Master P declared bankruptcy so his business acumen is questionable, a rich man should have his business in order. MMG is good for Trel because his brother Wale is there and the MMG machine is well oiled and gets their artists the maximum in exposure. Fat Trel would be Missing in action if he was on No Limit.

    • Anonymous

      No Limit the label went bankrupt. P is worth over 150 mil brah.

    • Anonymous

      The whites give @BruthaDee name drops he trained them to read his posts and then stamp his name on it so he knows they read his words. Some literally ignore him but others are fascinated and intrigued by him and show their love by chanting his name on their keyboards.

    • Anonymous

      "the MMG machine is well oiled and gets their artists the maximum in exposure" Hell yeah, I saw Gunplay on TMZ too! He was getting his azz beat and flying through the air on some neverending story type shit but he still got that maximum exposure. He even helped MMG get some maximum exposure when he got his MMG chain in a 50 Cent video with Snoop!

    • Anonymous

      That post is by @BruthaDee. I follow him on Twitter and promote him online, if you give him a shout out or name drop he might respond to you so give it a lot of tries!

    • Anonymous

      Token Bruthadee MMG groupie comment

    • chris

      And ur gonna buy his cd because he on MMG?..I didn't think so..I think P know what he talking about..P was just saying he didn't wanna write homie a check and not get his return..he trying to show a cat how to do more than rap and that's what niggas don't get..that first check is like steak and shrimp to these young cats but when he don't blow he wont be on MMG ..

  • GraceMArriola

    $97/hr pavivdv by Google, I am making a good salary from home $5500-$7000/week , which is amazing, under a year ago I was jobless in a horrible economy. I thank God every day I was blessed with these instructions and now it's my duty to pay it forward and share it with Everyone, Here is I started,,, ========================== WWW.WORKS12.COM ==========================

  • Anonymous

    Who cares? This fat nigga is wack as hell, he a mix between Chief Keef and Ross. He will be dead, in jail or back on the streets by this time next year.

    • steve

      Chief Keef & Trel- Russian Roulette...I DONT CARE WHAT Y'ALL SAY!!! That song put alot of niggas on to Trel.

  • Anonymous

    These rappers today just want the money and fame as quick as possible and dont care for anything else and will do whatever to get it even if they have to sell their soul or have diddy fucking em

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