Master P has suffered the worst nightmares of every parent.
On Sunday, the rapper announced that his daughter, Titiana Miller, had died at the age of 29.
No cause of death has been confirmed by the artist, who shared the following message on Instagram in the wake of this heart-wrenching tragedy …
Our family is dealing with an irresistible grief over the loss of my daughter Titiana.
We respectfully request some privacy so that our family can mourn. We appreciate all of the love and support of prayer.
Mental illness and substance abuse are real problems that we cannot be afraid to talk about.
With God, we must get through this. # My Pari.
Titiana’s brother, Romeo Miller, also paid tribute to his late siblings on social media.
“Our family is dealing with an overwhelming grief over the loss of my younger sister Titiana,” she wrote.
“We respectfully request some privacy so that our family can mourn. We appreciate all the prayers, love and support and although this is a sad time, I am forever grateful for the memories I have with my wonderful sister.”
“Love for your loved ones, life is short. Silver lining, I know she’s in a better place and finally in peace. God bless.”
Tytyana appeared on Growing Up Hip-Hop in 2016, during which time she documented her past struggles with substance abuse.
She also starred in the 2017 film Mother’s Choice.
According to TMZ, paramedics received an emergency call around 2:30 a.m. Saturday, quickly responding to a house in the San Fernando Valley.
Sadly, the outlet added, Titiana was not taken to hospital even after authorities arrived at the residence; He was pronounced dead at the scene.
In addition to Titiana and Romeo, Master P and his ex-wife, Sonia, share multiple children together:
Hershey Miller, Veno Miller, Italy Miller, Mercy Miller and Versi Miller.
Father of Master P Symphonic Miller.
If you or someone you know needs mental health support, text “STRENGTH” to the Crisis text line at 741-741 to connect with a certified Crisis Counselor.
If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, please contact the SAMHSA Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP.
We extend our condolences to Master P’s friends, family members and loved ones.
Rest in peace, Tytyana Miller.