Master P’s College-Bound Son, Hercy Miller, Signs Groundbreaking $2 Million Brand Ambassador Deal After NCAA Rule Change

Master P’s College-Bound Son, Hercy Miller, Signs Groundbreaking $2 Million Brand Ambassador Deal After NCAA Rule Change

Master P’s College-Bound Son, Hercy Miller, Signs Groundbreaking $2 Million Brand Ambassador Deal After NCAA Rule Change

Well, he DID tell us previously that he had negotiated a product deal that could make his son a multi-million dollar college athlete. Now there is “No Limit” to what his son can accomplish!

Reports have been circulating online that Percy Miller, professionally known as Master P, has negotiated a $2 million deal for his HBCU-bound son, Hercy, as he had previously stated would happen once the NCAA altered its rule on students being able to profit off their name, image, and likeness.

The incoming Tennessee State University freshman will immediately capitalize off the newly changed NCAA rules by becoming a brand ambassador for Web Apps America Knox News reported.

Back in April, Master P had given the world notice that this would take place as he helped negotiate this groundbreaking deal for his college-bound son.

“I told Hercy he’ll probably be the highest-paid college player in college basketball history if he do this deal,” says Master P during an interview with TMZ Sports. “Guys that are going to the G League, they’re not even getting that type of money.”

“I made $400 a month and that’s what the players are making right now. This kid get a chance to make $2.5 million right out the gate and be at an HBCU.”

The No Limit businessman made a recent Instagram post regarding his son.

“My son is the future! He’s an A student with a big heart. He’s all about giving back to the community. He’s a beast on the court because he works hard @hercymiller It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish “Fearless Dreamer” @tennstateu #TheBigBlue #Godisgood 2021-22 basketball season get your tickets NOW #nashville

Master P’s College-Bound Son, Hercy Miller, Signs Groundbreaking $2 Million Brand Ambassador Deal After NCAA Rule Change