Mogul is sorry for making accusations in front of their children.
“I want to apologize to her, to be honest with you, because I’m not perfect. Nobody's perfect but I'm at a good stage in my life right now," the man behind No Limit Records told Wendy.
"I don't have a right to say whatever she needs to do. That was just me kind of like, getting back," P continued, admitting his wrongdoing for making those drug use allegations. "If somebody says this about you, knowing I been taking care of somebody for 20-something years, it kind of hurt a little bit."
Although he was apologetic for accusing Sonya of using drugs in front of their seven children, including singer/actress Cymphonique and actor Romeo Miller, he does realize drugs and alcohol played a major role in the demise of his marriage.
”I think a lot of people don’t know that it breaks up a lot of families, it destroys a lot of families."
Now, Master P is ready to put the drama in the past and focus on his children. He also addressed the rumors that Sonya was on welfare and living with Romeo.
"I’m just saying, if she's living with Romeo that mean she's living a beautiful life."
Watch Master P talk reality TV and clear up more family drama on The Wendy Williams Show in the video below.
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