Master P’s son Hercy Miller leaving HBCU Tennessee State

Hercy Miller’s college basketball career at Tennessee State is finished as the freshman baller has entered the transfer portal with all of his playing eligibility intact. The son of business and music mogul Master P was injured in the Tigers’ first game of the season on Nov. 9 against Alabama A&M. According to Master P, […]

University of Alabama’s Ga’Quincy McKinstry inks endorsement deal with Kool-Aid

The University of Alabama’s Crimson Tide defensive back Ga’Quincy McKinstry is the latest college athlete to capitalize on the new NCAA NIL (name, image, likeness) rule that went into effect on July 1. The new rule allows college athletes to profit from their images and reputations after decades of being denied the opportunity to make […]

Master P uses new NCAA rules to help son ink $2M deal

Master P is making generational wealth a priority in his family and has secured a $2 million endorsement deal for his 19-year-old son Hercy Miller. A deal had already been in the works, but P was waiting for the new NCAA rules to go into effect allowing college athletes to profit from their images and […]

Master P secures $2.5M endorsement deal for HBCU-bound son (video)

Master P is not playing when it comes to building generational wealth and has put his sons Hercy and Mercy through his own No Limit financial boot camp. The hip-hop mogul and businessman recently sat down with “The Breakfast Club” and revealed he has a few million dollar deals on the table for his sons […]

Master P’s son, Hercy Miller, picks an HBCU to play college basketball

Hercy Miller, the son of No Limit CEO Percy “Master P” Miller, committed Friday, March 26 to play basketball at Tennessee State University. Miller, a 6-foot-3 senior guard at Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis, announced his decision at his school alongside his pops. The younger Miller says he fielded offers from Vanderbilt, LSU, UCLA, USC, Missouri, […]

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