New details on the death of Master Pthe daughter of Tytyana Miller have been revealed.
The 25-year-old died of accidental fentanyl poisoning on May 27, according to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner.
Fans first learned of Tytyana’s death on May 29, when Master P announced that he and his family were “going through overwhelming grief” following his passing.
“We appreciate all the prayers of love and support,” the 52-year-old rapper wrote on Instagram at the time. “Mental illness and addiction is a real issue that we can’t be afraid to talk about. With God, we will get through this. MyAngel .”
Two months later, he detailed the immense grief he was facing.
“It’s hard,” he said Gayle King on CBS Matinees. “Coming from poverty you would think you would outlive your children and that was the mission. And I feel like going to my daughter’s funeral, I feel like I went to my own funeral. And I don’t even want to go to any more funerals.”
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Tytyana, who was open about her addiction to Growing up in hip-hophad been “on the right track” after a recent stint in rehab, her father recalled.
“My daughter still had a lot of life in her,” the “Make Em’ Say Uhh!” the artist continued, noting that she had written a book. “She was a happy woman who knew that tomorrow she could do something better.”
And Master P hopes that by sharing his pain, he can help other families.
“My sympathy goes out to anyone who has lost a child,” he said, noting that he was working with the National Alliance on Mental Illness to make the conversation less taboo. “I said I’m going to turn my pain into passion and I’m going to make it a goal because I can’t get my daughter back. I love it. I think of her every day. And it took me and my family going through something that I can’t stop thinking about, but I realized that I had to get out of here and help and save other kids.”
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