Master P’s 25-year-old Daughter Tytyana Miller Died of Substance Abuse Struggle!
- Master P’s daughter Tytyana Miller died in May under mysterious circumstances.
- The rapper mourned his child’s death on Instagram after her passing.
- Tytyana was only 25 years at the time of her death.
Master P’s daughter Tytyana Miller was suffering from substance abuse
Master P is still mourning the death of his daughter Tytyana Miller. The rapper’s late daughter died of accidental fentanyl intoxication at her residence. It was confirmed by the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner.
On May 29, Master P mourned his young daughter’s death on Instagram, just two days after her death.
At the time, the rapper wrote:
“Our family is dealing with an overwhelming grief for the loss of my daughter Tytyana,”
“Mental illness & substance abuse is a real issue that we can’t be afraid to talk about. With God, we will get through this. #MyAngel.”
The Rock It singer’s son Romeo Miller also mourned his sister’s death via Instagram at the time.
The actor told his followers:
“Although this is sad times, I’m forever grateful for the memories I did have with my amazing sister,”
”Love on your loved ones, life is short.”
While appearing on CBS This Morning, in July, two months later after Tytyana’s death, an emotional P said:
“It’s hard. Coming from poverty, you would think that you would outlive your kids and that was the mission. ”
“I feel like, going to my daughter’s funeral, I feel like I went to my own funeral,”
“I don’t even want to go to no more funerals.”
Tytyana was writing a book prior to her death
The I Can Tell rapper remembered his daughter by saying that she was full of life. He added:
“She was a happy woman that knew that tomorrow she could do something better. … I love her. I think about her every day.”
Before she died, Tytyana and her family members opened up about her addiction struggles on Growing Up Hip Hop.
P also revealed that she was on the right track after a recent rehab stint.
In a 2016 episode, Master P said:
“When people hide that they have a problem, they’ll never overcome it,”
“She was like, ‘Dad, I want to be better. I want to get myself together.’”
Master also noted that his daughter had been writing a book and wanted to do something good in the future.
Now, after months after her death, the grieving father hopes that opening up can help other families who are struggling too.
P who is working with the National Alliance on Mental Illness to end the taboo said:
“My sympathy go out to everybody that lost a child,”
“I said I’m gonna turn my pain into passion and I’m gonna turn it into a purpose because I can’t get my daughter back. I love her.”
”I think about her every day. And it took me and my family to go through something that I can’t just stop thinking about but I realized that I have to get out here and help and save other kids.”