Master P Vows To Help Others After Daughter’s Fatal Overdose: ‘I’m Gonna Turn It Into A Purpose’

Music mogul Master P sat down for an interview with CBS Mornings on Friday to open up about his daughter’s fatal drug overdose. Speaking with Gayle King, the 52-year-old rapper said he is working to spread awareness on mental illness and substance abuse after the passing of Tytyana Miller. 

“When I got that phone call I realized my daughter is never coming back, and that is the heartbreaking thing about this,” Master P told King during the interview. “I said, ‘Let me team up with these organizations and doctors.’ I want to help people that look like us. We want to bring awareness to [mental illness and substance abuse]. My whole purpose is to get out here and help and save millions.”

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