Last year, on January 27 to be exact, and his brother Silkk the Shocker were pulled over by University of California, Los Angeles, police during which officers found a revolver under the driver's seat of the vehicle which was driven by Silkk, and a semiautomatic handgun on the passenger's seat where the rapper was sitting. Stemming from that incident, the siblings were each charged with a felony and faced up to three years in prison.
And in a deal with prosecutors, the rapper has on Monday March 13th, 2006 pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor gun charge and was placed on probation for three years. Moreover, as part of a plea deal with prosecutors to resolve gun charges, Master P was sentenced to 40 hours of community service, while also was fined $700. In the meantime, brother Silkk pleaded no contest to a felony for carrying an unregistered gun and was placed on three years probation, ordered to perform 40 hours of community service and pay a $700 fine.