In the clip, Master P drops by Pepa's dressing room before she hits the stage with Salt-N-Pepa for the I Love the 90s tour. As the two snuggle up for a hug, Egypt Criss, Pepa's daughter, realizes that the 47-year-old rap mogul may be crushing on her mom.
"I grew up being a Salt-N-Pepa fan," Master P gushes in a solo interview. "Pepa is a great spirit. This is a beautiful woman that has a great heart."
While Pepa plays coy around Master P, she can't help but smile when speaking about his surprise visit.
"I didn't even know he was going to come," she reveals in a solo confessional. "I'm glad he showed up."
Later in the episode, Egypt welcomes her cousin, Tahera "TeeTee" Francis, to Los Angeles, California, where they run into a potential ghost problem inside Pepa's new home.
Meanwhile, Romeo Miller (Master P’s son) finds himself in the middle of a massive fight between his cousin and his ex-best friend, Kendrick. The scuffle occurs inside a New Orleans, Louisiana, restaurant hours before the group is set to go onstage and present a united front at the Global Spin Awards.
The fight causes more tension between Romeo and Master P, who is upset that his son would be involved in an altercation that could tarnish the No Limit brand.
In another father-son moment, Boogie Dash (son of Damon Dash) finds himself in a problematic situation after a night of hard partying. While Boogie takes steps toward solving the problem on his own, Damon offers him the opportunity of a lifetime. But the offer could be in jeopardy after Boogie gets a new ding on his police record.
And the drama doesn't end there. Vanessa Simmons (daughter of Rev Run) finds out about an incident between her sister, Angela Simmons, and Briana Latrise (Mary J. Blige's stepdaughter) at Kristinia DeBarge's (James DeBarge's daughter) birthday party.
Growing Up Hip Hop airs on Thursday at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on WEtv.