About Remember Master P
So if you haven’t heard, Master P is worth a whole bundle of money. To be exact, Lil Romeo’s dad is worth around $350 million according to Forbes Magazine. As founder, president and CEO of No Limit Records and Better Black Television, Percy Robert Miller–better known, of course, as Master P-has amassed his fortune through dealings with music, clothing lines, travel, video games, film production and even phone sex hotlines, proving that anyone can make it big with a little elbow grease and a husky voice.
In all honesty, Master P was at the forefront of Southern rap which has continuously built upon its popularity from Lil Wayne to Iggy Azalea and he has grown his business to become a true music mogul. And like any successful rapper worth his salt, Master P has invested a good deal of that money in an insane car collection that is probably at least 50% responsible for melting the Arctic ice. At least.
According to Master P’s ex-wife and her lawyers, the entertainer has a fleet of 13 cars. He can be seen here standing in front of some of them in the “Behind the Scenes” of his Twenty Three music video as he calls himself “The Boss of All Bosses” and scantily clad women obviously dance next to him. The collection includes a Porsche, a green Bentley, a Jag, a Rolls Royce and a behemoth Escalade all tricked out as much as humanly possible.
While Master P’s 1994 Chevrolet Impala is in the hands of another apparently due to parking tickets, in the “behind the scenes” video, you are introduced to a yellow Lamborghini and a yellow Mercedes Benz that both may or may not be on lease, but nevertheless sport suicide doors the seemingly connote the power and prestige one would expect from the Boss of All Bosses–or, one might say, the Final Boss. Master P goes on to explain that these cars serve as trophies just as Michael Jordan’s six championships serve as His Airness’ trophies, evidence of great accomplishment and world domination.
Master P signs off by lighting up a Cuban and dangling his keys in front of the camera. He made it.