Rapper Master P visited students at five Chicago public high schools on February 7 in an effort to distance himself from a scam launched by someone claiming to be the CEO of his clothing company. Arne Duncan, CEO of Chicago Public Schools, gushed to Mary Mitchell of the Sun-Times: "To have Master P step up like this when he really doesn't have to tells you something about him as a man and sets a tremendous example for our students. What our students will learn from this is that hard work is rewarded and their dreams can come true."
Nice words from the CPS CEO, but what does the Master himself have to say about things like hard work and dreams come true? A sampling of his thoughts on these and other subjects should be an inspiration to the class of 2002 and future generations of students.
On hard work:
I'm the type of nigga that the police can't arrest
I'm going crazy, kickin' down doors
Breakin' in homes, and with my nine,
I'm robbin' fuckin' liquor stores. --"Shoot 'Em Up"
On personal responsibility:
Seen some bitches at the bus stop
Following with that ass out
Looking for some tricks but I with that bullshit
I'm all about my meal, I sell that crack cocaine.
--"Fuck a Bitch Cause I'm Paid"
I need a bitch to hold my stash,
a bitch to give me some ass
And when I'm on the run,
I need a ho to send me some cash. --"Gangsta Bitch"
On dreams come true:
I called her baby, she grabbed my dick
She sucked it like a bottle and drove me crazy
Then she sucked my nuts and jacked off my dick
Poured honey up my ass and started to lick.
--"Dana You Can Bang Her"
On setting an example:
My hand on my dick like a bounty
Just did three fuckin' days in the County. --"Dope, Pussy, & Money"
Art accompanying story in printed newspaper (not available in this archive): illustration/Mike Werner.