Tytyana Miller, Master P’s daughter, died, and more information has come to light. The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner reported that the 25-year-old passed away on May 27 as a result of an unintentional fentanyl overdose.
When Master P revealed he and his family were “dealing with an overwhelming grief” as a result of Tytyana’s passing on May 29, fans first learnt about her passing.
“We appreciate all of the prayers love and support,” wrote the rapper at the time on Instagram. “Mental illness & substance abuse is a real issue that we can’t be afraid to talk about. With God, we will get through this. #MyAngel.”
Master P has employed and continues to employ his family’s sorrow as a tool for good. The rapper gave his first interview following the death of his daughter on July 22 on CBS Mornings. He contributed to raising awareness of drug usage and mental disorders on the program.
He also described the extreme anguish he was experiencing. He expressed his pain, saying he does not enjoy attending funerals to begin with, let alone when the funeral is that of his own daughter. He had hoped to outlive his children, which he said was “the mission” coming from a very humble background.
After participating on Growing Up Hip Hop, Miller became well-known. She spoke with her father about her substance usage problems in an episode of the WE television show from 2016 where she admitted to having a drug problem and that she was preparing to go into a recovery center.