Master P and Sonya Miller have been in some brutal battles in court these past few weeks as they wage war with each other in a nasty divorce. However, despite the family fallout, Master P recently claimed that he’s focused on his kids throughout this trying time.
As previously reported, Miller recently sued their son Romeo for allegedly helping P hide money from her during the divorce. This week, Miller also accused P of abusing her during their marriage. Making matters worse is the fact that the custody of P and Miller’s younger children has been a point of contention during the divorce proceeding, as well.
In a new interview with AllHipHop.com, P discusses the custody issue and claims that, although he’d like for his children to live with their mother, her alleged drug use is the reason they’re currently staying with him.
“No one wants to be with anyone if that is doing wrong,” P said. “Maybe maybe the court system should focus on that. Something is wrong with the picture when all 7 of the kids feel the same way and the words from Sonya’s own mouth were ‘Go live with your dad.’ My kids know I have a strong value system and education is first, so if they think it’s going to be a party my house would not be the place. I’m going to put this in God’s hands.”
P says his ex-wife’s alleged drug use is also one of the reasons their marriage fell apart and that she is being manipulated by her lawyers, which is what their son Romeo said in an emotional letter last week.
“The false accusations about me, means nothing. I’m going to keep doing right by my kids and people that know me personally, know my true character,” P said. “When people claim that things happen to them a long time ago and are not able to provide evidence or police reports, they are only false accusations coming from the attorney. I’ve been a celebrity for a long time, anything that I do would be news. I am praying for my ex-wife, she is being strong armed by her attorneys for money. Drugs have destroyed a lot of families but we will get over this. I have a lifetime commitment to my kids.”