Master P’s Custody Battle Is Getting Uglier by the Day

LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 29:  Romeo Miller aka Lil Romeo (L), Master P (C) and family arrives for Lifetime Television's "Megachurch Murder" premiere screening"Megachurch Murder" at Harmony Gold Theatre on January 29, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Gabriel Olsen/FilmMagic)

Master P’s Custody Battle Is Getting Uglier by the Day

His ex isn't buying that he's having financial woes.

Published September 12, 2016

Master P has been in and out of divorce court for more than two years now. Unfortunately, the drama between him and his estranged wife, Sonya Miller, does not seem to have an end in sight.

Most recently, Miller is calling out the rapper for being a bad parent and is hoping to obtain full custody of their children as a result.

As reported, Master P’s children recently wrote a letter to their case’s judge asking if they could live with their father instead of their mother. Now, Miller is claiming that the rapper is using their children to help sway the judge’s decision and that his decision to involve the kids was “selfish and not in their best interest.”


On top of that, Miller also claims that Master P has earned much more money that he is claiming he's made and has done so by using their children. Master P has filed that he only makes $2,441 per month and Miller doesn’t believe that to be the case, claiming that his net worth is $350 million within the last five years.

Furthermore, Miller is also suing their sonLil Romeo, because she believes that her husband used their son’s name in order to hide assets from her. Romeo was named as the co-owner and co-founder, alongside Master P, of the label No Limit Forever and as a result of the new company, Miller has not been able to touch any money that has come in from the label since 2010.

Essentially, the whole situation is as messy as messy gets and it doesn’t appear as though a resolution will be reached any time soon — at least not yet. 

More on this story as it develops.


Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Gabriel Olsen/FilmMagic)


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