Master P Calls Out Google, Wants Cereal Promo After Luther Vandross Mix-Up

Recently, rapper and entrepreneur Master P has called out Google for a mix-up involving his song “Cereal Killa” and the late singer Luther Vandross.

The mix-up happened when someone searched for Master P’s song on Google, only to be met with a Luther Vandross song instead. Master P took to Instagram to express his frustration. He posted a video of himself saying, “Google, y’all gotta do better than that. That’s disrespectful.”

In the video, he also asked for a cereal promotion as compensation for the mix-up. He said, “I want a cereal deal. I want my own cereal.”

The mix-up has caused a stir in the music industry, as many people are questioning Google’s ability to accurately represent the work of artists.

It’s unclear if Google will respond to Master P’s request for a cereal promotion, but it’s likely that the company will take steps to prevent similar mix-ups in the future.

For those who are unfamiliar with the industry terms, a cereal promotion is when a company (in this case, Google) partners with a celebrity or artist to promote a cereal brand or product. This type of promotion is often used to increase brand awareness and generate sales.

At this point, it’s unclear if Master P will get the cereal promotion he is asking for, but it’s certain that Google will take steps to prevent similar mix-ups from happening in the future.