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Master P launches ramen noodles brand Rap Noodles – Atlanta Journal Constitution

Master P is expanding his food empire.

Decades after launching the convenience store staple Rap Snacks with James “Fly” Lindsay, the entrepreneur is taking on ramen noodles. Master P, born Percy Miller, announced on Instagram Monday that he’s debuting Rap Noodles.

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“I know about noodles, I grew up on noodles and I created my own brand,” he said as he slurped his new snack in his kitchen. “It’s nothing like this.”

Master P ate the Creamy Chicken Gumbo flavor in the clip, which he described as “uhhhh delicious.” Other flavors offered are Louisiana Hot and Spicy Chicken, Beef Prime Rib and Hot N Spicy Cajun Shrimp. 

“Get you some product if you want to be successful,” the self-named  Chef-Boy-Ar-P wrote in his Instagram video caption. “Its nothing like this New Orleans flavor creamy chicken and gumbo. You can cook it on the stove or you can put it in the microwave.”

Master P’s face graces the gumbo flavor while the beef and spicy chicken flavors feature fellow rappers E-40’s and Boosie Badazz’s faces respectively.

The “Make Em Say Uhh!” performer has collaborated with local rappers before with Rap Snacks. Lawrenceville’s Migos’ offerings include Sour Cream with a Dab of Ranch chips and White Cheddar with a Dab of Ranch cheese puffs. Migos member Offset’s wife, Cardi B, landed her own line up of flavors, including Honey Drip Butter popcorn and Jerk BBQ wavy chips.

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