In this week’s episode of Growing Up Hip Hop, Master P tries to help daughter Tytyana beat her drug addiction — and attempts to persuade her to get professional help.
Master P and son Romeo Miller sit down with Tytyana, who they call “TaTa”, in a bid to help get her back from the brink.
She tells him she thinks she’ll be able to come clean without rehab, but he tells her: “I think we should get some professional help just to make sure you stay on track.”
He adds in a separate interview: “I really hope that TaTa is serious about making a change.”
Master P also says he hopes that helping Tytyana will send a message to his estranged wife Sonya C. Miller that if she needs help then he and the family are there for her too.
He says: “By us doing this with my daughter hopefully we’ll send that same message to her mum – ‘You know, if you need to get help, we’re here for you.”
Also on this week’s episode, titled Immaculate Deception, Angela reveals the truth about her fiance’s past to her uncle Russell — who gives her some sage and forthright advice.
She is also getting relentless abuse online about her pregnancy.
Meanwhile, Krisitina’s dad has battled addiction and scandal, but can she handle what’s he’s facing next, when she gets a worrying phone call to say her dad’s in the hospital.
Growing Up Hip Hop looks at the trials and tribulations of the next generation of hip hop royalty as they try to make their own way in the world. The show brings a welcome twist on the usual reality show.
Music legends Damon Dash, Rev. Run, Russell Simmons, Master P, El DeBarge and Pepa are always on hand as each youngster tries to build their own life and fortune in careers — everything from music to acting and fashion.
They are challenged along the way with retaining their own identity while changing the hip-hop sound and culture they come from.
With their love and work lives mixed together and their (often overprotective but well-meaning) families always nearby, the friends each face difficult and sometimes surprising situations as they work for success in their own right.
Growing Up Hip Hop airs every Thursday at 9/8c on WE tv.