Master P’s daughter Tytyana Miller has passed away. The founder of No Limit Records shared the sad news himself via Instagram. He did not provide any specific information about the circumstances surrounding the death of the 29-year-old. However, Master P implied that drugs and mental health issues played a role.
Master P asks for privacy
In a short statement, Master P informed about the loss of his daughter. He is “respectfully” asking the public for time so that he and his family can appropriately deal with the situation. At the same time, he would like to thank you for your support so far in view of the tragic loss. He also says that “mental illness and drug abuse” are a “real problem”.
“Our family is faced with overwhelming sadness at the loss of my daughter, Tytyana. We respectfully ask for some privacy so that our family can grieve. We appreciate all of the prayers, love and support. Mental illness and substance abuse are real issues to be addressed we must speak without fear. With God we will get through this.”
Master P has nine children in total. His son Romeo Miller also posted a public mourning post “I am forever grateful for the memories I had with my amazing sister,” he writes, among other things.
Around 2016, Tytyana Miller addressed her drug problems as part of the reality TV format “Growing Up Hip Hop”. She also revealed that her mother, Sonya Miller, also struggles with addiction problems. The show revolves around the lives of the children of hip-hop legends. Romeo Miller, who made his name as a rapper in the early 2000s as Lil’ Romeo, was a main cast member for five seasons.
Tytyana Miller appeared as an actress in 2010. She played a role in the short film “A Mother’s Choice”.