Sonya Miller Net Worth

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Net Worth $ 65,000,000
Real name Sonya C.
Source of Wealth Rapping, producing
Profession Rapper, Producer & Director
Spouse/Partner /
Date of Birth May 30, 1970
Zodiac Gemini
Age 52
Gender Female
Pronoun She/Her
Height 165 cm / 5 ft 4 inch
Nationality American
Siblings /

Sonya Miller’s net worth is estimated at $65 million net worth 💵

Biography and early life

American female rapper, producer, and director Sonya Miller was born in Richmond, California. There is no reliable information about who her parents are, nor whether she has any siblings. We found out that her father was a mailman and her mother a cleaning lady, which leads us to assume that she grew up in a middle-class household.

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Young Sonya grew up in the ghetto and was surrounded by gangsters and rap music constantly, which probably influenced her in her later years to start a career as a rapper herself.

She attended her local high school in Richmond, allegedly graduated from Pepperdine University in California, and acquired a degree in journalism and theater arts.

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What did Sonya do before becoming a rapper?

Before she was a rapper, Sonya worked different jobs to support herself financially as a young woman who wanted to become a rapper and pay for the recording of her songs. Mostly, she worked as a waitress in coffee shops and restaurants.

Career as a female rapper

Sonya’s career in the music industry started in the ‘90s when she started collaborating with her now ex-husband, Master P. The connection she had with him and other rappers contributed to her debut album to be released, so in 1993, she released “Married to the Mob”.

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Some of the tracks in that album attracted a lot of attention in the rap music world, and her songs in that debut album, like “Gankers,” “No Credit” and “Life Ain’t Nothing But a Game” received a great deal of recognition.

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In 1997, she released her second album, called “True to the Game” and two years later, her third one, “Da Crime Family”.

In 2005, Sonya released her last album as a rapper, “The Best of TRU” and announced her retirement from the rap industry after that.

Besides having a career as a rapper, Sonya is also a producer and director. In her portfolio as such, she has around 20 producing projects.

Her producing debut was in the 2002 series “Classic Car Restoration”, and afterward, it was followed by the reality show “DIY to the Rescue”, the series “Date Plate” and the drama film “Decisions”.

Some of her projects include the reality TV series “Material Girs” in 2005[1] , “Kitchen Accomplishment” in 2004, and “Catalog This” also in 2004.

In 2017, in one of her interviews, Sonya mentioned that he has started working on her book and plans to build her modeling portfolio and maybe have her reality TV show with other women who have had similar lives.

Most famous for

Sonya Miller is most famous for her album “Married to the Mob,” her debut in 1993.

Apart from that, she is also very famous for being the wife of the American record executive and rapper Master P. for over 20 years.

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Personal life and relationships

Sonya was married to famous rapper Percy Robert Miller[2] , better known by his stage name Master P, for 24 years. The couple tied the knot back in 1989, and it is known as one of the most lasting relationships and marriages in the entertainment world.

However, after their divorce and several years of disputes around it, starting in 2013, Sonya is now single and doesn’t date anyone.

Sources claim that after the divorce from Master P. and the death of their daughter Tytyana from fentanyl intoxication in May 2022[3] , Sonya is fighting depression and anxiety.

Sonya’s and Master P.’s brutal divorce

After 24 years of marriage, Sonya and Master P. wanted to put an end. It all started with allegations of now her ex-husband that she was taking lots of drugs and alcohol, even in front of their children[4] . On top of that, he claimed that she was incompetent in taking proper care of them and was depressed most of the time.

On the opposite side, Sony denied all of those accusations and threatened to sue him and get a chunk of his lucrative financial assets, which allegedly she was entitled to. To be precise, she claimed over $67 million from that.

The divorce trial ended three years after its filing in 2016, and according to sources, the ex-couple settled things privately.

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Conclusion

Sonya Miller is estimated at around $65 million in 2022, a fortune she made from her rapping career but mostly from her divorce settlement of her now ex-husband, Master P.

FAQs

How many children do Master P and Sonya Miller have together?

Master P and Sonya Miller had seven children.



  • Romeo Miller (1989)

  • Vercy Miller “Young V” (1991)

  • Tytyana Miller (1992 – 2022)

  • Inty Miller (1993)

  • Itali Miller (1999)

  • Hercy Miller (2002)

  • Mercy Miller (2005)

What is the value of Master P’s record label company “Limit Records”?

Master P’s record label company “Limit Records” is estimated at around $250 million net worth.


How did Master P’s daughter, Tytyana Miller die?

Tytyana Miller died of an accidental fentanyl overdose.


References

  1. IMDb.com. (2005, February 1). "Material girls" Whyrick master. IMDb. Retrieved December 6, 2022, from https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1115472/

  2. Wikimedia Foundation. (2022, December 5). Master P. Wikipedia. Retrieved December 6, 2022, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_P 

  3. Patterson, C. (2022, October 31). Coroner confirms Tytyana Miller's cause of death 5 months after master P's daughter died. Peoplemag. Retrieved December 6, 2022, from https://people.com/music/master-ps-daughters-cause-of-death-revealed-as-accidental-fentanyl-overdose-coroner/