NEW ORLEANS, LA – Master P AKA Percy Miller has reportedly partnered with Walmart to bring his Rap Snacks chip brand to 4,200 stores across the America. Master P was born on April 29, 1970 in New Orleans. He used money from a malpractice settlement to open No Limit Records, a store which became a label. His artists crowded the hip-hop charts in the late 90s and Master P expanded his empire into film, sports management, and socially conscious rap. The No Limit boss recently sat down with MSNBC’s The Beat with Ari to discuss his latest business venture. During the conversation, he was asked if he was ever not taken seriously as a businessman — even after all of his success.
“I had a situation the other day where I met with a guy and he was like, ‘I expected you to be a whole different person” ’cause I was prejudged by music — not the business that I’m creating to build an empire and to build a generation of wealth for your family,” Master P replied. “You have to make changes. “Nobody is perfect. I put my trust and faith in god and tell people, ‘You can’t prejudge somebody’ because everybody can change and everybody can grow.”
Rap Snacks has also joined forces with Atlanta-based vegan burger restaurant Slutty Vegan to create their first-ever vegan potato chip. The product was inspired by Slutty Vegan’s health-conscious yet savory menu and will come in two flavors.
They will be shopped at every location Rap Snacks are sold starting in December. Rap Snacks and Slutty Vegan’s mission is to “provide vegan options to culturally diverse consumers who may otherwise have less access and knowledge about vegan snack options.” Side note As of 2019, Master P’s net worth is roughly $200 million.