Monday, January 02, 2023

Master P and Romeo Reconcile


Last month Master P and his son Romeo had it out online after Romeo accused his dad of mismanaging his fortune [click here if you missed that].

Now Master P and Romeo have worked things out...

In a post shared on Instagram Romeo says he and his father have had some tough conversations and are working toward resolution. 
 


Master P also shared a message of forgiveness for Romeo and his other children.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

So clearly Romeo told no lies. I wonder if he approached P before airing that azz out. Either way it's time for Romeo to get a new agent.

R in NYC said...

Good for them so let's move on.

Anonymous said...

That's their business.

Anonymous said...

Grief is no joke. I really do hope this family gets therapy and wish them healing. Also, I hope the death of his daughter really pushes Master P to be a better dad to ALL of his children and not overlook some, because that seem to be the real issue going off Romeo’s posts.

Anonymous said...

We are so glad you worked it out on social media. Now go away.

The King Of The Real said...

Master P is pure fraud

Unknown said...

Romeo was reckless and immature for even bringing it to social media. Regardless of what P did, there were better alternatives than the route that Romeo chose. He's emotional, reckless, and immature; period. If I were P I'd disown his reckless @$$ and tell him good luck recreating what he did for his image, brand, and career. Very few celeb children had the platform, brand, and fame that Romeo had. Even if P did spend all his money, Romeo had a great jumping off point to reestablish his career once he turned 18. Instead he whined, complained, and moaned about what he was owed and dragged his dad (who still has a reputable brand that can create millions) on social media publicly cause he was mad. Emotional @$$ btches is what these young dudes have become smdh

Anonymous said...

Glad they worked it out

Anonymous said...

Maannnn AIR HIM OUT!! Just because his father put him in the business doesn't mean that his father didn't mishandle funds. The fact that black people keep coddling and enabling disgusting behavior from parents and then have the nerve to tell the child victim to be grateful that their abusive parent provided the bare minimum blows my mind.

For those screaming keep this off the internets. Why should their shame be quiet? Their successes were thrown out into the public and the humiliation for their messed up behaviors should be public as well. Stop protecting predatory behavior.

Anonymous said...

Good they made up, I don’t want to see Romeo in no more IDCE College, the newscaster we’re making fun of that accent

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