Master P Sends Support to Hometown New Orleans after Hurricane Ida

By: Maximillian Boudreaux

New Orleans, still suffering after Hurricane Ida, will now be getting help from Master P, the rapper who discovered No Limit Records in his hometown of NOLA.  

People who live in New Orleans and Mississippi are living without power at the moment and trying to navigate how to rebuild their lives after living through Hurricane Ida. The storm came to town on the 16 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.  

Master P has vowed to help New Orleans in the wake of the devastation by Hurricane Ida.. The No Limit  Record CEO will send clean water to people who have been affected by Hurricane Ida, especially those who are the most vulnerable.  

“If you need help or you need some assistance, we gon’ make sure our people get water, we able to feed our people and help ’em get back,” he said. 

Master P and 504 Boyz released and dedicated the album Hurricane Katrina: We Gon Bounce Back three months after the storm devastated the Big Easy. This time, Master P has made it clear that he plans on returning to New Orleans to help people who are suffering through this national crisis.  

“I’m just praying for my people at home, and we on our way down there now,” said Master P. “It’s really just trying to make sure we can get the elderly. Get them in safe environments. A lot of roofs have blown off. It’s gonna take a little time, man. So hopefully, the government gon’ come through with but we gon’ do our part.” 


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