A surprising event occurred when people searched for Luther Vandross on Google and saw an image of Master P as the top result a photo.

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The incident gathered a lot of attraction on the social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, with numerous users debating and sharing their thoughts.

Who is Master P?

Master P, real name Percy Robert Miller Sr, is a multi-talented American artist and entrepreneur. He has made significant contributions to the music industry as a rapper, record producer, and record executive. Master P is most recognized as the founder of No Limit Records, a prominent record label that has undergone various transformations throughout the years. 

Currently, he serves as the founder and CEO of P. Miller Enterprises and No Limit Forever Records. Additionally, he ventured into the world of television with Better Black Television, an online network.

Master P started gaining recognition in the 1990s due to his solo rap career and hip-hop trio TRU. The 1996 publication of his fifth solo album, “Ice Cream Man,” was crucial to his success. His breakout track, “Mr. Ice Cream Man,” from the album, helped establish his reputation in the music business.

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The rapper recently made it to the headlines after Google replaced R&B soul singer Luther Vandross’ image with Master P’s image on search. The mistake from Google garnered a lot of reactions on social media. Several Twitter users reacted to the mistake. The swap has led to a flurry of reactions on Twitter. The users look in no mood to spare Google for the rare mishap.

One user wrote, “Everyone googling Luther Vandross because it’s not his pic that immediately pops up.  Percy is obviously an associated performer 🤦🏻‍♀️🤣”

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“Even Master P is texting his people “hey y’all Google Luther Vandross”, another user tweeted.