Master P Says Estranged Wife Abuses Drugs; Sonya Miller Responds
Master P's estranged wife says that she's never done drugs in front of their children.
Sonya Miller, Master P’s estranged wife, says that the rap mogul is lying about her using drugs in front of their children, according to TMZ.
In a video interview published today (May 1), Master P told a TMZ photographer that his wife could have whatever she wanted in their divorce on the condition that she got off drugs.
“Drugs is really killing a lot of families and I’m not going to let it destroy my family,” he says to TMZ. "I don’t need to talk about it. We don’t need no judgment, no lawyers. My whole thing is, she can have it all if she get herself together. That’s what it’s about. It’s about these kids. It’s about our family.”
After the Master P article was published, TMZ ran a story where Miller says Master P brainwashed her children to be against her, that she has never done drugs in front of her children and that she’s not on drugs.
"When I filed divorce, that’s when he came and took my kids,” Miller says to TMZ. "I was the one dealing with and raising those seven kids when he was running the streets.”
Master P says that he wants Miller to raise their children. “I hope that she get it together and she can take care of my kids,” he says. "I’ve got a million things to do. Now I got to play daddy and momma right now."
Master P says that even though he hasn’t been with Miller for seven years that he wants what is best for his family.
“I love my family,” he says. "That’s my kids’ mother. I just think that people don’t realize she put us in this position where she [our] business out in the public, so we got to deal with it.”
Last month, TMZ reported that Miller had complained about Master P "abducting" two of their children. Miller's request for an emergency custody hearing was apparently denied until a hearing in July.
Romeo said during an interview last month that his mother will be getting “everything regardless,” a statement that appears to coincide with recently released court filings that detail the couple's shared valuable possessions. Miller is currently seeking 37 percent of Master P’s approximately $178 million in assets. In her request for a settlement, Miller’s court documents list the couple’s assets as including 31 real estate properties, more than a dozen cars and nearly 50 registered companies.
The same court documents apparently place a collective value of $136 million on businesses like No Limit Records, Master P, Inc., No Limit Forever, LLC. The document also claims shared properties in Los Angeles, Baton Rouge, New Orleans and Houston as carrying a value of $19 million.