Pleasure P ‘Prepares for War’ Against Pretty Ricky Members
P, who was met with controversy in late 2009, after being accused of child molestation, assured his over 150,000 Twitter followers that, in spite of a rocky year, he will outshine the naysayers, including his former group members, who recently dropped the new single 'Cookie Cutter' without him. Although the track has yet to pick up steam and Pretty Ricky has seemingly lost some of their appeal in recent years, P still has an axe to grind with the group.
"Mutha f---as talking 'bout let it go," he wrote on Tuesday (Dec. 28). "I ain't letting s--- go. Half the world think I'm something that I'm not ... yall don't know what that feels like. I had a year to prepare for war, now war is about to begin if n----z thought it was over they got another thing coming hahahahahahaha."
After P stirred up a little controversy, but failed to mention his assailants by name, he then gave a quick plug to his new single, 'She Likes,' which he referred to as "real music."
The 26-year-old, born Marcus Cooper, was the defendant in a child molestation case back in 2006. The story and legal documents were leaked online by a young woman claiming to be the daughter of Cooper's lawyer. Although he has denied all claims of sexual misconduct, once the story hit the news circuit, Pretty Ricky released a statement distancing themselves from Cooper. "Unfortunately due to Pleasure P's lawyer filing an injunction against us from speaking, we are not at liberty to speak about the case," the group said at the time. "However we will let it be known that we did kick him out of the group, he did not leave on his own free will."
Cooper has yet to be charged with any wrong doing, and is prepping the release of his album 'Pleasure Principles.'
Listen to Pleasure P's 'She Likes'