Tytyana Miller, Master P’s daughter, passed away. The artist and entrepreneur shared the heartbreaking news on Instagram.
“Our family is struggling with immense grief as a result of my daughter Tytyana’s death,” he wrote. “We humbly want privacy to allow our family to grieve.” We are grateful for all of the prayers, love, and support. Mental illness and substance misuse are serious issues that we must address. We shall get through this with God’s help. #MyAngel.”
Her brother Romeo Miller, 32, also spoke out on social media about her terrible death, stating, ‘Our family is struggling with an enormous grief for the loss of my little sister Tytyana.’
‘We humbly seek some privacy in order for our family to grieve,’ he said. ‘We appreciate all of your prayers, love, and support, and while this is a terrible moment, I’ll be eternally grateful for the memories I did have with my great sister.’
‘Love on your loved ones, life is short,’ Romeo encouraged his followers, adding, ‘the silver lining, I know she’s in a far better place and finally at peace and free.’ He concluded by saying, ‘God Bless.’
The family made no immediate announcement about the cause of death. Tytyana was featured on WE tv’s Growing Up Hip Hop, which highlighted her battle with addiction and her father and brother Romeo’s efforts to help her stay sober.
In a 2016 interview, she addressed the possibility of joining a rehab facility with her brother and father. ‘I don’t think I need to go to rehab – I think I could do OK without it,’ she informed her father.
The creator of Make ‘Em Say Uhh!, ‘I mean, you say that TyTy, but on a serious note, I think we should seek expert assistance to ensure you stay on course… I believe you should at least attempt it because I do not want you to return to this.’