On Friday (August 21), the No Limit mogul took to Instagram with a long video and accompanying caption to discuss his thoughts on the recent news singer Monica has partnered with Kim Kardashian in an effort to secure Miller’s from prison. Shortly after the initiative was announced, C-Murder shared a post insinuating he hadn’t received any financial helped from loved ones in years – which many came at Master P for.
“There’s nothing more important to me than family,” he began in his caption. “And when a family member is incarcerated or hurt, the whole family is affected. But if you truly believe in God, you know that every man is accountable for their own actions. We also have family members that make poor decisions that result in painful consequences but put the blame on others to avoid taking responsibility themselves. It’s time for me to be truthful with my own family.”
He went on to explain that he will continue to support his brother and maintained his innocence.
“My brother is innocent,” he said. “We have been fighting this case since 2002 and I know that he is frustrated. But he can’t continue to blame his family for his predicament when he has constantly put his trust in his friends. All his co-defendants aka friends, the ones that were in the club with him on the day of the incident, testified against Corey and stated that he was the one that committed the crime so that they could save themselves and get out of jail.
“He never said anything negative about those friends, wrote any songs about them, talked about them in interviews or wrote any books about them. But he did speak negatively against our family, even against his own mother and father. And WE STILL LOVE HIM and will CONTINUE to fight for him.”
In his original post, C-Murder thanked both Monica and Kim for affording him his first real sleep in 19 years and said he’s supported himself by writing books over the years when no one would help him.
“7 months ago I called @monicadenise & she conferenced in @kimkardashian!” he said. “I did not know Moses had been working to reach Kim. After our call for the first time in 19 years, I slept!! You can rest behind these walls but never do you actually sleep! My case had been stagnant for years! So I published multiple books to help feed my kids & pay lawyers bare minimum! I am a man so it was no one’s responsibility to save me & no one attempted to!”
Miller has been serving a life sentence after being convicted of killing 16-year-old Steve Thomas outside of a Louisiana nightclub in 2002.