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Master P Says “I’m not an ATM machine” To His Son Romeo Miller



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Rapper and record executive Master P claims that the recent feud between his oldest son, Romeo Miller, is actually over money and not the recent death of Tytyana Miller. Tytyana was Master P’s 25-year-old daughter, who died earlier this year from an accidental fentanyl intoxication.

Why is the father and son feuding?

A social media battle happened between the record executive and his son after not speaking for months. Romeo called out his father after P addressed the suicide of DJ and Dancer Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, but allegedly the 52-year-old wasn’t very present for his own child’s struggle with mental health. The pair had instagram on fire.

Romeo posted a poem in response to his father at one point, called “The Tree of Trauma.” The actor said poetry is one of the most powerful forms of therapy. His caption also included, “Let’s educate and break these cycles together! Your mental health is just like a muscle that needs to be built and treated. The next generation will grow stronger because of our truths and as a man of God, I know mines will one day too. The Tree of Trauma.”



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Apology From Master P?

The No Limits Records founder issued an apology of sorts to his son. He spoke on the death of his daughter and spoke in confusion about him thinking this feud was about ‘tWitch,’ but the hip-hop pioneer business mogul revealed this situation was really about money.



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“I’m not an ATM machine,” Master P said in a post on Instagram. He said if he is wrong he is apologizing and that he is a work in progress. Miller Sr. said he wants to do this in love and in peace. However, he did jab at his eldest son slightly in the video. Diddy, T.I., Tasha Cobbs Leonard and some other well-known figures commented in support of the New Orleans-native’s video.

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