Master P is thankful for his fanbase who have given nothing but support following the untimely death of his daughter, Tytyana Miller. The businessman took to Instagram with a message of gratitude.
“I would like to thank everyone for all of the love, prayers and support,” Master P began his note. “The only way that we are going to heal and grow from this is with the truth,” the Hip Hop mogul added. “It has been a long and painful journey for our family. My daughter has been battling with this since 2015. Mental illness and substance abuse is a real issue and we hope to turn this tragedy into a testimony.”
Tytyana Miller passed away this past weekend after battling issues related to substance abuse for years. Tytyana’s father and older brother, Romeo Miller, conducted a sort of intervention during a 2016 episode of Growing Up Hip Hop (GUHH). Master P was adamant about his daughter seeking professional help during the episode, which was a measure Tytyana ultimately took in an effort to regain control of her life. The mother of one, however, succumbed to her fight this past weekend as her father revealed the sad news of her passing on Instagram.
“As a father, I have always established parameters to protect my children,” Master P told his social media fans on Wednesday (June 1). “Unfortunately, when they become adults, they have the legal right to choose who to have relationships with whether healthy or unhealthy,” the celebrity father added.
“I put my faith and trust in God, [and] I realize that no person is exempt from pain or death,” Master P shared. “Every day families are dealing with the loss of their loved ones due to mental illness and substance abuse. I have committed to invest my time, resources and passion to help other families affected by these same issues. Our healing process will not end in grief, we will celebrate her life. Tytyana was inspiring, uplifting, artistic and a loving person who deeply cared for others.”
Tytyana leaves behind a daughter as well as her parents and siblings.
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