When asked about the assumed beef, Turk was quick to state that no tensions existed between the artists on the respective labels, instead pointing the blame to label heads Master P and Bryan “Birdman” Williams.
“I wouldn’t say the artists didn’t get along, I would say probably [Master] P and Baby [Birdman], they probably had their reasons as [to] why we never did anything together,” Turk says. “If Cash Money and No Limit were to [have] come together, we wouldn’t have been able to be stopped I believe.”
Earlier this year, Master P jumped on the remix for Turk’s “Wodie” record. However, when asked about the possibility of signing to P’s No Limit imprint, Turk was quick to shoot down such a proposition.
“Nah because I’m kind of skeptical of signing with anybody because I know so much about it [so] now I can really do it on my own,” he says. “I don’t think P is in the business of signing artists anymore anyway.”
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