Romeo Miller & Dad Master P End Family Feud After ‘Very Hard Conversations’: ‘I’m Willing To Fall On My Sword For Mines’

Romeo Miller, Master P

Romeo Miller & Dad Master P End Family Feud After ‘Very Hard Conversations’: ‘I’m Willing To Fall On My Sword For Mines’


Thankfully, Romeo Miller and his father Master P were able to put their differences aside before the New Year kicked off!

Romeo Miller, 33, and his father Master P, 52, have been making headlines as of late over family drama. As you may recall, the issues between the famed father-son-duo became a public affair following the recent death of media personality/dancer Stephen “tWitch” Boss, who committed suicide. After Master P shared a post online reflecting on tWitch’s life and advocating for mental health awareness, Romeo Miller called his dad out for ignoring “his own children struggle with suicide and depression.”

The two stars of the former Nickelodeon sitcom “Romeo!” shared a few back-and-forths with each other via social media. Romeo even seemingly accused his dad of withholding his money from him, claiming,

“…and when the world find out about the finances, outside of a gift or a car I’ve never been paid for anything I’ve accomplished as Lil Romeo. Uncle C and Silkk know. You only pay outsiders rightfully so they’ll speak good on your name.”

Well, as the saying goes, “blood is thicker than water,” and a few online arguments isn’t going to keep Romeo and his dad from forgiveness. On Dec, 31, Romeo shared a lengthy caption on IG letting the world know all is good between him and his dad. In part, he said,

“I’m willing to fall on my sword for mines! It was never about parent vs child, or this false narrative or that, it was about doing whatever had to be done for the growth of my family.”

He continued,

“Today, December 31st, me and my father @masterp had very hard conversations; ironically outside in the rain, but in order for any generation to grow, that communication has to be had and reciprocated on both sides. The good, the bad, and the ugly. No matter the journey ahead, our family can truly begin to heal and I believe many others will use our story as an example to learn from. What a way to close the year! Vivre (live) l’amour (love) et pardonner (forgive).”

Romeo and his dad settling their differences seemingly give the “How Ya Do Dat” rapper more time to focus on his business endeavors. As previously reported, last month Snoop Dogg and Master P shared that major cereal companies were pressuring them to change the name of their Snoop Loopz cereal brand.

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Authored by: Twila-Amoure McDaniel