Master P announced the deva/stating loss of his daughter, Tytyana Miller, over the weekend. While the family gr’ieves, law enfo’rcement officials are working to determine how Tytyana di’ed.
Sources with the Los Angeles Po’lice Department told TMZ they found preliminary ev’idence to suggest Tytyana di’ed from a dr’ug over’do’se. D’ru’g paraphernalia was found at the scene where Tytyana passed away, leading authorities to believe drugs may have been involved.
The sources told the outlet no substances were found, and an autopsy has been completed but the toxicology results could take weeks to get back.
La’w enfor’ce’ment officials told TMZ that while fen’tanyl has not officially been determined to have been invol’ved with Tytyana’s de’ath, if it shows up in the toxi’cology report, LAP’D investigators are ready to find out who supplied the dr’ugs.
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Master P told TMZ, “The only way that we’re going to h’eal and grow from this is with the truth. It has been a long and pai’nful journey for our family, my daughter has been bat’tling with this since 2015. Mental health iss’ues and substance a’buse is a real issue and we hope to turn this tra’gedy into a tes’timony.”
The ra’pper-entrepre’neur also told the outlet that he is “committed to invest my time, resources and passion to help other families affected by these same iss’ues. Our healing process will not end in gri’ef, we will celebrate my daughter’s life. Tytyana was in’spiring, uplifting, arti’stic, and a loving person who deeply ca’red for others.”
Tytyana was one of Master P’s four daughters. She was 29 years old.
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