Master P ex-wife Sonya Miller Wiki, Net Worth, Age, Divorce, Family, Kids
• Sonya Miller is an American singer and ex-wife of Master P.
• She has an estimated net worth of over $1 million.
• Sonya Miller has released albums such as “Married to the Mob” and “True 2 Da Game”.
• She divorced her ex-husband, Master P, in 201•
• Master P has a net worth of $360 million and is active on social media with over 170,000 followers.
Master P ex-wife Sonya Miller Wiki
Sonya Miller was born in 1970, in the USA, which means that she is around 48 years old. However, as she hasn’t shared the exact date of birth, her zodiac sign is unknown. Sonya, whose nationality is American, is best known as the ex-wife of Master P, a critically renowned actor, singer and businessman, but is also known as a singer in her own right, who has released albums such as “Married to the Mob” and “Tru 2 Da Game”.
So just how rich is Sonya Miller as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, this singer has a net worth of over $1 million, accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field, and support from her now ex-husband including their divorce settlement. She hasn’t revealed any information regarding her assets such as houses and vehicles, but as she is a hardworking woman, she is certainly able to support herself and take care of her family financially. On the other hand, her ex-husband, Master P, has a net worth of $360 million.
Ethnicity and Background
Speaking about Sonya’s ethnicity, she is black and has dark hair and eyes, which suits her complexion perfectly. Judging from the photos on the internet, Sonya has a fit figure. Unfortunately, the singer hasn’t shared much about her early life and formative years.
Sonya Miller Career
In 1993, Sonya worked on the album entitled “Married to the Mob”, featuring songs such as “Life Ain’t Nothing But A Game”, “No Credit” and “Gankers”, but which received a mediocre response from critics. As of 1997, she released another album under the title “True to the Game”, and followed by making “Da Crime Family” in 1999 and “The Best of TRU” in 2005.
Sonya was previously married to Master P, a critically acclaimed rapper and businessman. The couple married in 1989 and went on to have seven children together, including Romeo Miller, who pursued his father’s career path. However, Sonya and Master P’s relationship fell through and they divorced in 2014. Since then, the singer hasn’t spoken about her love life, which lead many to believe that she’s single.
Being in the entertainment field, Sonya is naturally active on social media, such as Instagram, where she’s followed by over 3,000 people. She uses her social media to communicate with her fans as well as to promote her business, and often shares photos from her private life, allowing her followers to take a closer look at what’s going on behind closed doors. One of her latest posts includes a photo of her and her dad, with the caption reading “Thank God for today I get to spend it with my dad, family, and my lil champions …”. She has also shared several photos of herself having fun at the beach, which her fans seem to have loved, as they went on to compliment her looks, and left many sweet comments.
Ex-Husband, Master P
Master P was born on 29 April 1970, as Percy Robert Miller, and is well known as a businessman, actor, philanthropist, rapper and a former basketball player. He spent his formative years in New Orleans, where he attended Booker T. Washington High School &and Warren Easton High School, and then enrolled into the University of Houston on an athletic scholarship. However, he transferred to Merritt College, located in Oakland, California, where he majored in business administration. He went on to achieve vast success in the music field, making his debut in 1991, with the album entitled “Get Away Clean” and followed by working on “Mama’s Bad Boy” in the next year. He also established the record label named No Limit Records, and followed in 1994 by releasing the album entitled “The Ghettos Tryin to Kill Me!”, consisting of 16 songs such as “Late Night Creepin”, “Study Being for a Gangsta” and the title song, “The Ghetto’s Tryin’ to Kill Me!”, made in collaboration with Silkk the Shocker. Subsequently, the rapper went on to make numerous albums such as “99 Ways to Die”, “Ice Cream Man”, “MP da Last Don” and “Only God Can Judge Me”, all in late 90s.
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As of early 2000s, he made “Ghetto Postage”, which featured songs such as “Golds in They Mouth”, “Pockets Gone’ Stay Fat” and “It Don’t Get No Better”, the album receiving a generally positive response from critics and the audience. In 2001, Miller released “Game Face” and followed by working on “Good Side, Bad Side” in 2004. As of 2005, the rapper made “Ghetto Bill”, his 12th studio album, made in collaboration with Koch Records, and featuring songs such as “Best Hustler”, “Let Me See It” and “Love Hate”. Overall, he has made 14 studio albums, which have allowed him to rise to fame and gain recognition among the audience.
Master P is active on Twitter, where he has an audience of over 170,000 followers. Some of his latest tweets include a photo of his son Percy, who is a basketball player, with the caption reading “Nobody has the power to change the past, but we all have the power to change the future. Hard work pays off! Put God first and all your dreams will come true. Nobody can stop you but you. Forget about yesterday today is a new start.”
I want to get in the acting industry