Tytyana Miller's brother Romeo shares heartbreaking throwback pictures of sister after Master P's daughter dies aged 29

TYTYANA Miller’s brother Romeo has shared a series of heartbreaking throwback pictures of his sister following her death.

The rapper, 32, branded his little sister, 29, "beautiful" as he told her to rest easy.

Romeo shared a picture of Tytyana from when she was a baby.

He added an animated crown that's pointing from her head.

He also shared a screenshot from a video call between the siblings.

Romeo described his sister as a "beautiful Leo queen".

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In a statement, he said: “Our family is dealing with an overwhelming grief for the loss of my little sister Tytyana.

“We respectfully request some privacy so that our family can grieve.

“We appreciate all the prayers, love, and support, and although this is (sic) sad times, we are forever grateful for the memories we did have with our amazing sister.

“Love on your loved ones, life is short.”

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Romeo also shared a picture that showed two people shaking hands.

Its caption said: "Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind always."

Dozens of influencers and A-listers have flooded Romeo’s post with their condolences.

LA Lakers star DJ Augustin posted an emoji that showed praying hands.

New Orleans rapper Dee-1, real name David Arnold Augustine Jr, said: “Sending prayers of love and peace to you all and the entire family bro. God bless you all.”

Comedian and TV host Loni Love commented: “Prayers of strength and comfort for the entire family. I’m so sorry.”

And, actress Ryan Destiny, who featured in the drama Star, said: “I’m sorry Rome. Literally no words.

“Sending you and your entire family some love and prayers.”

'SENDING LOVE'

Master P revealed in a heartbreaking Instagram post on May 29 that his daughter had died.

The music star, who founded No Limit Records, described Tytyana as his “angel”.

It’s not known how Tytyana died but she has openly discussed her battle with addiction.

In 2016, she opened up about her struggles on the WE TV series Growing Up Hip Hop.

In one clip, she told Master P: “I feel like I don’t need to go to rehab – I feel like I could actually do good without rehab.”

He replied: "I mean you say that TyTy but on the serious side, I think we should get some professional help just to make sure you stay on track."

Master P warned his daughter didn’t want her to be tempted by a “little drink” or “little smoke” if a person around her was doing it.

He also said he hoped she was “serious” about changing her lifestyle.

Master P added: “I’m serious, so you need to get serious, this is a serious situation go on.”

Tytyana was the daughter of Master P and the female rapper Sonya Miller.

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She cameoed in several films as an actress, including Carnetta Jones's 2010 film Mother Choice.

She also modeled on Instagram where she would regularly pose in photoshoots for fashion designers and cosmetic brands such as LaQuan Smith.


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