Thursday, December 15, 2022

Romeo Miller Calls Out Master P?


Earlier this year Master P's daughter Tytyana died of an accidental drug overdose after a struggle with substance abuse [click here if you missed that]. 

Last night P's son Romeo appears to call out his dad after he shared condolences for Ellen Degeneres' former DJ, Stephen 'tWitch' Boss, who died from suicide this week...


18 comments:

Anonymous said...

#first
(...in my BAPTIST PASTOR voice): ...wellll !!

Anonymous said...

Master P has issues with folks on drugs. He does not see drugs as mental illness, but it is. Thats why many can't stop.

The King Of The Real said...

I swear clout got people on lock.

Anonymous said...

@4:33 You can't choose to have a mental illness, abusing drugs is a choice. Drugs are addictive for most people which is the way they are designed. People are well aware of their addictive nature and if you decide to ignore that it doesn't make you mentally ill it just means you make poor life choices. If everyone just decided to start taking drugs and became addicted would that mean everyone is mentally ill?

Kedarbenjudah said...

Someone will call a person mentally ill if they refused to cope with a problem but instead drank to cope with that problem, people would say a person who frequents prostitutes despite the risk of being robbed and killed or contracting a STD is either suffering from some sort of void in there feelings because they didn't get hugs as a child or they are sex addicts.

Anonymous said...

I thought Romeo knew, his daddy only cares about Cymphonique(however it’s spelled). Them other daughters of his are just his other kids. Never seen him put his other daughters on a pedestal like he does Cymphonique.

Anonymous said...

I hate this for that father & son but Romeo is a man now and with a child of his own but I'm sure he's sick of seeing the phoniness/hypocrisy. Percy had a whole biracial daughter outside his marriage, who he paraded around and got tv deals for but his daughter Tytyana, by his wife was ignored and had to deal with the fallout of her parent's failing marriage. Father & son need to have a heart to heart and fix whatever is broken.

WiserWords2 said...

Anonymous said...
@4:33 You can't choose to have a mental illness, abusing drugs is a choice. Drugs are addictive for most people which is the way they are designed. People are well aware of their addictive nature and if you decide to ignore that it doesn't make you mentally ill it just means you make poor life choices. If everyone just decided to start taking drugs and became addicted would that mean everyone is mentally ill?

5:36 PM
Please WORK ON YOUR CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS.

Anonymous said...

Nope! You been idolizing your dad for far too long. Now you in distress…

Anonymous said...

People treat their mental illnesses with drugs. Very frequently the illness comes first.

Anonymous said...

@10:42 Facts..
Also, many substances exacerbate mental illness and can even be the impetus for certain conditions, such as psychosis and anxiety.

Anonymous said...

@5:36, Sorry but you don't know what you're talking about.

ruzbest said...

THIS IS A FAMILY MATTER
why cant he call his Daddy to discuss.
Is anything private anymore?

Anonymous said...

I’m seeing misdirected anger. What is wrong with sending condolences to a man he didn’t personally know but probably respected due to his body of work and personality.
Growing Up Hip Hop revealed a lot of things we didn’t need to know about these entitled kids. That reality show allowed them to shine on their own and what we saw was they don’t have the drive of the celebrity parent (s).
If you’re not on your grind like David Washington (Denzel’s son) please stfu! I’m tired of celeb kids crying about how hard their life is because dad/mom was working instead of tucking them in bed!
Romeo suffers from guilt of being the only successful sibling in his family. Sounds like they all need professional help.

Tiff said...

Right on time for the new Season of "Growing Up Hip Hop".🙄

Anonymous said...

Treating mental illness with drugs is literally not the same thing as drug abuse being a mental illness. Please stop with the nonsense, drug addicts are always looking for a scapegoat for their bad decisions. You might already have a mental illness and later become an addict or vice versa but they are not the same thing.

Anonymous said...

They need professional help instead of trying to make this a ‘we can relate to you’ storyline. She didn’t want the help and her dad was adamant on her changing her mind. He showed her love and tried doing what parents are supposed to do. He is not Superman. Get help. Make that a ‘I can relate to you’ storyline.

Ohwell said...

He was on his daddy side against his own mama smh. . I betcha his mama felt something bout that. Too much judging, Be a better father and example, that's all.

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