Master P continues to mourn the tragic death of his daughter Tytyana but the rapper is choosing to focus on the good and use her death to help others.
The heartbroken father celebrated his beloved daughter’s legacy in a concert and explained that he hopes to use her demise to help make the world a better place, especially for people who suffer from mental illness and substance abuse.
Master P Honors Daughter’s Legacy: ‘Time To Celebrate Her’
Over the weekend, Master P held a concert-like ceremony to honor his daughter’s memory. While on stage performing to the large crowd that mourned the late Tytyana, the “I Got The Hook-Up” star gave a touching speech about his baby girl.
Addressing the crowd, the grieving musician said, “I love my daughter. Man, I miss her.” He continued opening up about the protective relationship they shared while she was alive.
“I always was her parachute, but now she’s my parachute up in the sky looking over me,” Master P declared. The “Make ‘Em Say ‘Ugh” rapper told the crowd that he was no longer grieving. Instead, he was ready to celebrate his baby girl and play his part in carrying on her legacy.
“We’re gonna celebrate because now I’m gonna be able to take care of millions of kids and save millions of lives. I will get out here and play my part.”
He added, ” I know that God put me in this world for a passion and a purpose.” Master P then urged the crowd to join him in singing late Tytyana’s theme song, “You Are Not Alone” by Hồng Quang & Ngọc Anh.
Many who had gathered to mourn Tytyana sang the hit tune passionately as the arena reflected a love for the deceased. A large painting of Tytyana surrounded by butterflies was hoisted on the stage alongside an ice cream truck structure.
In the accompanying caption, Master P reiterated his remarks, writing, “No more grieving, it’s time to celebrate her and help millions of people dealing with mental illness and substance abuse. #WeAllWeGot #godisgood.”
Late Tytyana Passed Away At A Young Age
In late May, Master P, whose real name is Percy Robert Miller Sr., broke the news that his daughter passed away at the young age of 29.
He shared the devastating news of her loss via a moving statement that read, “Our family is dealing with an overwhelming grief for the loss of my daughter Tytyana. We respectfully request some privacy so that our family can grieve.”
The Louisiana native didn’t reveal his daughter’s cause of death but advised that the topic of mental illness & substance abuse is one that we can’t be afraid to talk about.
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“With God, we will get through this. #MyAngel,” Master P signed off the statement. Not long after his post, Master P’s son Romeo Miller took to social media to mourn his beloved sister in a statement of his own.
“Our family is dealing with an overwhelming grief for the loss of my little sister Tytyana. We respectfully request some privacy so that our family can grieve. We appreciate all of the prayers, love, and support, and 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.”
Romeo concluded his tribute, noting, “The silver lining, I know she’s in a way better place and finally at peace and free. God Bless. -RM 😞🤍🕊.”
Late Tytyana has often been open about her struggle with substance abuse in the past, discussing it at length during a 2016 episode of “Growing Up Hip Hop.”
She managed to get clean for a while but it remains unsure if she was clean at the time of her demise. Tytyana was one of Master P’s nine children. He welcomed her from his marriage ex-wife Sonya Miller.
Tytyana Battled Substance Abuse For Years
Master P’s new tribute to Tytyana comes after he opened up about Tytyana’s struggles with substance abuse in a candid post.
“It has been a long and painful journey for our family, my daughter has been battling with this since 2015,” the “No Limit Soldiers” rapper wrote.
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He continued, “As a father, I have always established parameters to protect my children. Unfortunately, when they become adults, they have the legal right to choose who to have relationships with whether healthy or unhealthy.”
Nevertheless, he assured his followers that “our healing process will not end in grief, we will celebrate her life.”