Fat Trel Details Master P Fallout

Describing his argument with Master P, Fat Trel says it was all about a call to play in Menace II Society.

After Trel got the call, he said he spoke to Master P, who agreed to Trel moving him there and helping him with his acting career… but all Master P did was record music for him in the studio for months and P reportedly took no steps to help him with his acting skills.

He said he doesn’t get any money for his music either.

“That was the last straw [my boy] Black and you showed me this [Louie V Mob] Albums was on iTunes. That was before Apple Music and Spotify and all that. The album was for sale on iTunes, for example,” he said, adding that he flew to New York and never returned.

He got angry while watching a Master P Breakfast Club interview.

“It was him and Alley Boy and they were like, ‘Where was Fat Trel?’ And Master P said something like, “Fat Trel, man, he didn’t have patience. He didn’t believe in what I was up to and he was just trying to get a deal. Fat Trel is just trying to sign a deal so he can get some money.” I took it as a form of disrespect.”

Trel added, “I’m not calling him or anything. I don’t have a conversation with him or anything because I’ve been around P and I know what kind of person he really is and if I respected him as a man I would have kind of thought about it. But when I’m around him and I know what a n-gga he is, I just let it slide like f-ck that sh-t. It’s not that serious and although he lied — he lied to their face — because there was never supposed to be a Louie V mob. We should never record a single record together. That was not planned.”

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