Records rapper Yukmouth got beef. On his new
album, Thuglord: The New Testament, he openly, and graphically,
criticizes the critics and No Limit CEO Master P. Apparently,
he is still bitter over P jacking his "Ice Cream Man"
concept, a street term for selling drugs. Yukmouth’s
group, The Luniz, created the term which was manifested
on their first album, 1995's Operation Stackola. In 1996,
over a year later, Master P went on to release an album
called Ice Cream Man. On the song "Regime Killers,"
Yuk dubs Master P a "fake basketball nigga that got
dropped by the Raptors."
openly lashes at critics who claimed his heavy use of the
term "thug" mimicked Tupac Shakur too closely
as his last album, a double CD, was called Thugged Out:
The Albulation. "We Gone Ride," which features
The Outlawz, Yuk says, "Niggas think I act like ‘Pac/
Bitch nigga, I don’t rap like ‘PAC/ I just get
dap like ‘PAC/ Get love like ‘PAC/ Bring the West
back like ‘PAC" The album, Thuglord: The New Testament,
is in stores now.