A Memphis woman, under the name of Alisa R. Harris, is being investigated for using the name of Master P, real name Percy Miller, and his imprisoned Corey ‘C-Murder’ Miller to promote an organization she called “Corey Miller Food Foundation” as well as a jobs program for ex-felons online and offline. Allegedly, Alisa R. Harris used a mail-order minister ordainment which helped her to obtain a legitimate tax status posing as a church.
The foundation allegedly wrongly collected funds from innocent victims due to her fraudulent organization in which she claimed to help the less fortunate and employ those such ex-convicts, welfare recipients, pimps, crackheads and more at the rate of $10 to solicit donations. According to WMCTV, Harris listed $150,000 as the net income for her 2009 tax return.
In August, Alisa R. Harris contacted MemphisRap.com during the Memphis Hip Hop Weekend & Expo claiming to have had tickets to give to vendors for an event courtesy of Master P — and to come pick them up at the Glenview Community Center in Downtown/Mid-Town Memphis. Harris was stated to clearly said Master P had given the tickets as if he had endorsed them. After a few calls from a Memphis representative of Master P, it was concluded that Harris had never been heard of and the hip hop music star Master P didn’t authorize this.
As for Master P, he verifies that he has never heard or seen the woman who was using Corey Miller Food Foundation and his name as her front and says she needs to be stopped.
Currently there has been a federal investigation launched against Alisa R. Harris who also listed 12 city, county, state and non-profit organizations as her references.