After releasing a Master P diss track in 1999, Atlanta rapper Pastor Troy said Master P had him kicked off a show in his own city.
Master P was not happy with the bars on “No Mo Play in G.A.”
“Master P went to the radio station and had me removed off the show and he was placed on the show,” he told Vlad TV. “It just wasn’t a good move down here in Atlanta. Everybody was representing for the home team and he had a very difficult concert that night.”
But he said the Goodie Mob approached him and asked him to perform the track during their set and he did.
“The Goodie Mob gave me a call like, ‘We want you to perform on our set! Can’t nobody take you off no show.’ We can hear the crowd screaming, ‘We ready’ from the car. Goodie Mob gets on the stage and they stop their set and bring me out,” he said.
“I can hear CeeLo saying, ‘ATL, one thing about us, we stick together. With that being said, come on Troy.’ When ‘No Mo Play in G.A.’ came on at that Lakewood Amphitheatre, I was viral before viral.”