Master P and his family mourn the passing of Tytana Miller.
The rapper announced on Instagram on Sunday that his daughter had died at the age of 29. The cause of his death is unknown.
“Our family is grieving the loss of my daughter Tatyana,” wrote Master P. “We respectfully request some privacy so that our family can mourn. We appreciate the love and support of everyone’s prayers.”
“Mental illness and substance abuse is a real issue that we can’t be afraid to talk about,” he said. “With God, we’ll get through this. #my angel.”
Tytana’s brother Romeo Miller — known professionally as Romeo, and formerly Lil’ Romeo — also shared a note about his sister’s death.
“Our family is grieving the loss of my younger sister Tytana,” he wrote. “We appreciate all the prayers, love and support, and though this is a sad time, I am forever grateful for the memories I have with my wonderful sister. Apan par pyar, zindagi choti hai.”
“Silver layer, I know she is in a way better place and at last at peace. God bless,” he said.
Tytana Miller – known in her family as “Tyty” – was featured on Master P’s family reality show, “Growing Up Hip Hop”.
Her issues with drug use were well documented on the show, with scenes in which both Master P and Romeo encourage her to seek help.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ. told That he answered an emergency call from a home in the San Fernando Valley at 2:30 a.m. Saturday. Paramedics declared Tytana Miller dead on the spot.
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