Romeo Miller Addresses Feud With Master P: "Some Things Bleed Out"

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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - JULY 07: Master P and Romeo Miller attend 2019 ESSENCE Festival Presented By Coca-Cola at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center on July 07, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for ESSENCE)
He also spoke on loving being a father. "I don't know if I'm gonna be Nick Cannon but I wouldn't mind 10 babies," Romeo joked.

Nobody wins when the family feuds, says Jay-Z, but Master P and Romeo Miller recently went at it. The private Miller family suffered a devastating loss when TyTyana Miller passed away. It was reported that she died of a drug overdose, as she was said to have struggled with addiction for some time.

Initially, it seemed as if the Millers were a solid front as they shared their grief publicly. However, Romeo accused his father of being more concerned with putting on for the public than dealing with family issues. The father-son duo traded shots on social media but later revealed they'd mended fences.

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL - JANUARY 12: (L-R) Marilyn Van Alstyne, E40, Master P, James Lindsay, Romeo Miller, Moneybagg Yo and Big Loon attend Rap Snacks Disrupt 2023 Feed The Soul: A Conversation On Culture, Community, Family and Creating Wealth at W Fort Lauderdale on January 12, 2023 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (Photo by Ivan Apfel/Getty Images)
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Yesterday (January 12), influencers gathered for the Rap Snacks Disrupt 2023 Conference, Feed The Soul: A Conversation On Culture, Community, Family and Creating Wealth. While on the red carpet, Baller Alert caught up with Romeo about the controversy.

"People was saying it's for publicity and this and that," he said. "My thing is, this is just about life. And if you're gonna be a celebrity, if you're gonna be a public figure, you're gonna have to have some things bleed out and deal with it and try to use it as an example for others to learn from you."

"It's all about communication. That's all. No family is perfect," he continued. "But, just like you watch other celebrities' lives, a woman can go through a miscarriage, you're watching that. A man and a woman could go through the best time of having a wedding, and they didn't want anybody there, but if you are in the public eye, if you are a celebrity, the things you wanna show are gonna come out, and the things you don't wanna show."

"You gotta be strong enough to know who you are, what you stand for, to deal with the ridicule and misunderstanding that's gon' come with it."

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Elsewhere, Romeo admitted he has baby fever. He's approaching one year as a father, and he's ready for more.

"I don't know if I'm gonna be Nick Cannon but I wouldn't mind 10 babies," he had I've been going through a lot in life, and my daughter, just looking into her eyes and seeing that baby's smile. When I'm tired, she's next to me and 'Da Da.' Waking up so happy. It's the purest love."

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