C-Murder, the incarcerated brother of Master P, has released a song dissing his older brother, entitled “All I Wanted To Be Was A Soldier.”
The Louisiana rapper (real name: Corey Miller) is currently serving life in prison for the 2002 shooting of a 16-year-old fan. And now, from behind bars, he drops a scathing diss track, in which he refers to himself as “the black sheep” in the Miller family, and addressing comments Master P has made in a recent interview, which he claims assassinates his character.
“I’m having dreams that my brother’s trying to kill me and steal me / Now why this n*gga 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 you’re 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,” C-Murder raps.
Later, he even says he feels like P “might have called the cops on me.”
The release of the song follows weeks after Master P called C-Murder collaboration with Lil Boosie on “Came 2 Da Can”… “disappointing.”