Master P recently found himself misidentified as Luther Vandross on Google, leading to widespread internet humor. However, the No Limit boss remains unfazed and is more focused on the success of his cereal venture.
During an interview with TMZ outside a Walmart store where Snoop Dogg’s cereals are sold, Master P expressed his belief that Google should rectify the situation as a gesture of goodwill. He urged Google to abandon overreliance on AI and suggested that they may face similar mix-ups with other prominent figures like TMZ founder Harvey Levin.
While the Google mix-up generated significant buzz and became viral, Master P is determined to channel that attention towards making a positive impact on the community and promoting their brand. He proudly shared his plans for a grocery store takeover earlier this year.
According to Master P, Snoop Cereal represents more than just a breakfast option. It symbolizes their commitment to nourishing and uplifting their culture and community. Growing up with cereal as a staple, Master P understands the significance of representation and diversity in grocery stores. Their brand’s inclusion in WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) program is a significant milestone, providing accessibility to a broader audience.
Master P emphasizes the importance of supporting African-American-owned brands and combating self-hate within the community. He calls for equal opportunities for these brands to secure shelf space and make a positive economic impact. Snoop Cereal extends its mission beyond breakfast, aspiring to address homelessness and contribute to the betterment of the community and culture.
Interested customers can currently find Snoop Cereal at Walmart, Target, and Amazon.