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 n#### 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, "N##### think I act like ‘Pac/
B#### n####, 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.