In a record he says was written “from the heart,” incarcerated rapper C-Murder takes aim at his brother Master P on the song, which is titled “All I Wanted 2 Be Was A Soldier Master P Diss.”
On the record, C-Murder refers to himself as “the black sheep” and comments on Master P assassinating his character in interviews.
On “All I Wanted 2 Be Was A Soldier Master P Diss,” the former No Limit Records artist raps:
“I’m having dreams that my brother’s trying to kill me and steal me / Now why this nigga hate the real C / After the mills we still supposed to keep it gully / I went to jail and he barely said he didn’t love me / It’s ugly when your brother prosecute you too / Say I’m the black sheep, just show ‘em where the MAC be / P, all you had to do was ask me / But you chose to do your interviews and blast me, assass me.’
In addition to his mention of Master P assassinating his character, C-Murder also shared his belief that “Sometimes I feel like you might have called the cops on me,” in regards to P.
The release of “All I Wanted 2 Be Was A Soldier Master P Diss” comes weeks after Master P called C-Murder and Lil Boosie’s "Came 2 Da Can" collaboration “disappointing.”
P released a statement exclusively to AllHipHop.com following the release of “Came 2 Da Can.” An excerpt from his statement can be found below:
“I want to see Lil Boosie get a second chance and take over this Hip Hop game as a Louisiana street artist but getting on that song with C was disappointing. Honestly, the beat was wack and outdated. He gotta know that C has a problem and we’re dealing with family issues. I’ve always put C and family first. It’s funny when I seen the press conference and Boosie talked about doing a project with C but he said it would be ‘down the line’ because he got ‘bigger business to do’ like take care of his family. And I respect that. But I’ve made C a priority while taking care of all of our families in good and bad times, but he got more love for his friends.”
C-Murder is currently serving life in prison after being found guilty of second degree murder in 2009.