Master P's Stalker To Stand Trial

Antwan Kevin Baker, who is accused of stalking

hip-hop entrepreneur Master P, will stand trial for stalking and making criminal

threats. Prosecutors in the case say that Baker began stalking P in 1999. He

confronted P at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and tried to convince

P to sign him to a recording contract and to help finance a movie.

The visits continued until Baker was arrested

in April at P's attorney's office. P said that when Baker arrived at his attorney's

office, he was speaking incoherently and said that he was changing his name

to Kevin, the name of Master P's older, deceased brother. Baker also allegedly

showed up at a number of concerts, tried to get on the rapper's bus and attempted

to access numerous restricted areas.

Baker is being held on $200,000 bond.