Cash Money CEO's Ronald "Sugar Dime"
Williams and Bryan "Baby" Williams denied that they were planning
a movie with mogul Master P. In a statement to AllHipHop.com, the brothers said
that while they had no beef with Master P., they still had no plans on working
"Cash Money has evolved and we're involved
in and working on great things. To [our] knowledge, a movie venture with [Master]
P isn't one of them." The brothers said that they have never considered
Master P....Master P. friend or foe.
Last week Master P. told BET.com that the two
camps had ended their beef, which P. blamed on an overzealous media. He said
that the two camps were working on a "hood drama" titled "Ghetto
Master P.'s publicist wasn't aware of any such
arrangement either. P. couldn't be reached for comment, as he is in Germany.
In related news, Cash Money recently re-negotiated
their deal with Universal Records and will release Baby's solo album, The
Birdman in Novemeber. They label also signed legendary R&B diva, Teena