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Make 'Em Say Gun...Na Na Na Na

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No one can ever accuse the CEO of No Limit Records of not being a savvy businessman. Rather than take his recent arrest on UCLA's campus on gun charges as a blow, Master P is using it to promote his next album.

He tells reputable news organization that not only were the guns legal and registered but that fans can get the real scoop when No Limit's next album, The Truth, drops on February 22nd. Percy Miller must truly be an exceptional hip hop artist if he's going to be able to write, record, mix down and add new tracks about the incident to an album we presume is already being pressed and packaged for delivery as we write this. The question that is really on our minds, however, is: what does Li'l Romeo have to say about all this?

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