Tytyana Miller, daughter of rapper Master P whose struggle with addiction was documented in the WE TV reality series growing up hip-hoppassed away at the age of 29.
The news was announced on Instagram by Master P. While a cause was not identified, the 52-year-old rapper wrote that “mental illness and substance abuse is a real problem that we are not afraid to talk about.”
“Our family is experiencing an overwhelming grief over the loss of my daughter Tytyana,” wrote Master P. “We respectfully ask for some privacy so that our family can grieve. We appreciate all prayers love and support. Mental illness and substance abuse is a real problem that we are not afraid to talk about. With God we will get through this.”
Miller’s older brother, Romeo Miller, who appeared with his sister in a memorable episode of growing up hip-hopin which Master P encouraged a reluctant Tytyana to enter rehab, wrote on Instagram last night: “Our family is experiencing an overwhelming grief over the loss of my sister Tytyana. We respectfully ask for some privacy so that our family can grieve. We appreciate all the prayers love and support and although these are sad times I am forever grateful for the memories I had with my wonderful sister Love to your loved ones Life is short The silver lining I know she in a much better place and finally in peace and free. God bless.”
TMZ has reported that law enforcement sources say paramedics arrived at a home in the San Fernando Valley at 2:30 a.m. Saturday and found Tytyana Miller dead at the scene.