Over the weekend, Romeo Miller called his dad (Master P) out via social media claiming the “Bout It, Bout It” boss neglected his own daughter’s mental health struggles prior to her death but publicly addressed DJ tWitch’s suicide. Master P certainly clapped back at his 33-year-old son online, though openly apologized to him in the end.
On Sunday (December 18) via Instagram, Master P addressed Romeo and their afflictions: “I love my family, my door is always open for my son. And if I’m wrong, forgive me. I’m apologizing to you if I’m wrong. I’m still a work-in-progress, I come from nothing. Everybody go through trauma; I’m dealing with this right now.” That was after the No Limit mogul said: “So my question to Romeo is: If you’ve been in the business for as long as you’ve been in, and you a 30-something-year-old man and if you’ve been around me, watching me hustle and do my thing, why you not where you want to be at?”
Master P pledged in his caption to “move on” from the dispute with Romeo while bolstering his belief that his son’s dilemmas are centered around money, not family. “That’s the problem when you take kids and you protect them from the real struggle and the pain and you don’t allow them to deal with their own consequences,” said Master P. “And then when they grow older, they [say], ‘Oh, ‘You never gave me nothing!’ At 30-something, man.”
P went on: “I’m at peace now, I know the Truth. This social media rant was never about my daughter. This is about some money. Houses, cars and jewelry are temporary, you can’t take any of it with you when you die. Life is too short. People gotta stop being ungrateful and place blame when they’re not where they want to be in life. I’m tired of people saying they love me only when I give them something. I’m not an ATM machine or a robot, I have feelings too.”
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