Tytyana Miller | Biography

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  • Full Name Tytyana Miller
  • Occupation Actress
  • Nationality American
  • Birthplace California, USA
  • Birth Date Jun 15, 1992
  • Age 32 Years, 0 Months
Percy Miller's Eldest Daughter

Tytyana Miller | Biography

Appeared in the movie 'A Mother's Choice'

Tytyana Miller is the eldest daughter of the famous rapper Percy Robert Miller a.k.a Master P. She is the fourth of his nine children. She lives a healthy and prosperous life as the daughter of Master P. She has gained a name for herself after appearing in the 2010 film A Mother's Choice as Tyra, despite a bad past with a drug addiction problem.

Tytyana Miller is the eldest daughter of the famous rapper Percy Robert Miller a.k.a Master P. She is the fourth of his nine children. She lives a healthy and prosperous life as the daughter of Master P. She has gained a name for herself after appearing in the 2010 film A Mother's Choice as Tyra, despite a bad past with a drug addiction problem.

Who is Tytyana Miller?

She is primarily recognized as the eldest daughter of the famous America-based rapper, actor, record producer, businessman, and former basketball player Percy Robert Miller, known by Master P. 

Tytyana has eight siblings, including her half-sister Cymphonique Miller and her adopted cousin, Veno Miller. Her father's act of infidelity - resulting in the birth of Cymphonique, led to her parent's divorce in 2013. Her family is noted for their aloof dynamic inside their household, further highlighted by the reality TV show based on the Miller family, Master P's Family Empire (2015-2016), not starring all the Millers. The show featured just five of her siblings, her father, and other non-Miller casts, leaving out Tytyana and her other siblings.

Tytyana lives a healthy and prosperous life as the daughter of Master P. She has gained a name for herself after appearing in the 2010 film A Mother's Choice, despite a very bad past with a drug addiction problem. Her net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million.

Parents & Siblings

Tytyana Miller, also known by her nickname TaTa, was born on 15 June 1992 in California, USA. to father, Percy Robert Miller, and mother, Sonya C. She is the fourth child out of the nine and the eldest daughter of the Miller family.


Percy Miller, popularly known as Master P, has been a major figure in the arena of hip-hop and rap music. Outside of music, Master P has had a fair share of experience in a range of business pursuits as well as philanthropic approaches. 

He embarked on his musical journey as a member of the hip-hop music group TRU (The Real Untouchables) with two other members, Corey Miller and Vyshonn Miller. The ensemble was active between the years 1989 to 2005 and released several albums, naming a few, 'Who's da Killer?' (1993), 'Tru 2 da Game' (1997), and 'The Truth' (1995). Besides, Master P is credited for his solo songs such as 'Mr. Ice Cream Man' (1996), 'Make 'Em Say Uhh!' (1997), and 'Rock It' (2001). 

He also fulfilled his responsibility as a writer in the TV movie, Uncle Willy's Family (2014), a story, Uncle P (2007), and a video Master P Presents the Hood Stars of Comedy, Vol. 1(2006), among many others. Furthermore, he is the founder of non-profit organizations like Team Hope and the Let The Kids Grow Foundation, both of which support poor children and families. Besides he is also seen actively involved in charity and donation of millions of dollars for the same cause. 

Additionally, Master P is the founder of well-known businesses, namely, P. Miller Enterprises, Moneyatti Shoes, Big Poppa Burgers, Rap Snack Noodles, Genius Minds Pictures, No Limit Films, and No Limit Records, all of which developed a roster of exceptional platinum musicians. These labels helped foster the careers of many talented musicians to mainstream success. One of the artists was Snoop Dogg, signed to No Limit Records. Snoop Dogg learned principles of the music business at No Limit Records and later parted his way to being his own boss.


Sonya Miller is the ex-wife of Master P and the mother of seven Miller children including Tytyana Miller. Sonya had shared with Patch in 2017, after a few years of her divorce, how she was the rock of the Miller family.

“My husband (ex-husband) was out there making money and doing him, so my kids had no one else but me. I'm not going to say he was absent, but his presence was not always there.”

She further shared her personal life with Patch.

“I put my rap career (Sonya C) to the side and became Mrs. Percy Miller, mother, and wife. When I finally had enough after 24 plus years, the public called me a gold digger, industry w****, crack head, and an unfit mother. But at what point will the public look at me as a woman that was cheated on and left to fend for myself with 7 kids while my husband lavished his life with the spoils of the industry?”


The first child of the family and Tytyana's eldest brother, Romeo Miller, was born in 1989. As a rapper and an aspiring actor, he collaborated with his father's record label, No Limit Records, and produced music with him. Vercy Miller, a.k.a Young V or Valentino, Tytyana's other older brother, born in 1991, was also an aspiring actor and had appeared on the mini TV series The Team. Veno Miller, also a 91' born was Tytyana's adopted older brother, who previously was her cousin (father's nephew). Her father, Percy, adopted him later.

A year after Tytyana's birth, her younger sister, Intylyana Miller, was born. She was also an aspiring actress like her siblings and had appeared in a few films, including A Mother's Choice, in which she co-starred with Tytyana. Her half-sister, Cymphonique Miller, was born in 1996. She was a well-known Nickelodeon star, best known for her role as Kacey Simon on the How to Rock show, and an aspiring musician. Tytyana has another younger sister, Itali Miller, born in 1999 and is now a well-known Instagram model.

Tytyana has two Gen. Z brothers, younger than her by a decade, Hercy Miller (born in 2002), a talented basketball player, and Mercy Miller (born in 2003).


Percy Miller, also known as Romeo, was born on 19 August 1989, to Master P and Sonya. He is the first and eldest son of the Miller family. Percy is also a musician like his father and is known for his albums like 'Lil' Romeo' (2001), 'Romeoland' (2004), 'Gametime' (2002), and 'Greatest Hits' (2006). Furthermore, Romeo and his father had collaborated on the album 'Hip Hop History' in 2007. Percy is also an actor and producer, with credits including Honey (2003), Romeo! (2003), and Kangaroo Jack (2003).

He also hosted the MTV reality show Ex on the Beach from 2018 to 2019, in which he assisted couples in getting over their ex-partners. Romeo isn't dating anyone right now, although he's been linked to a lot of elite women. One of whom is Khloe Kardashian with whom he had a romantic connection, in around 2007. As per Percy, Master P disapproved of his relationship with Khloe.


Vercy, popularly known as Young V, is Master P's second son, born on 26 July 1991. He, like his father, is an actor who has acted in films such as I Got the Hook Up 2 (2019), Decisions (2004), and The Team (2005). Vercy's net worth is believed to be $300,000 as reported by Glamour Path in 2019 which is all thanks to his work as a DJ and music producer. He uses the handle (15youngv) on Instagram, where he has 16 thousand followers as of July 2021.


Born on 28 March 2002, Hercy Miller is the Miller family's eighth child. Hercy is a basketball fanatic and plays is quite well too. During his final year at Minnehaha Academy in Minnesota, Hercy Miller was a valuable member of the basketball team, a point guard. Because of his basketball ability, he was offered to be recruited by Arizona, Western Kentucky, USC, UCLA, Missouri, Howard, and LSU.


Mercy Miller was born on 4 June 2003. He is the youngest of his parents' nine children and is the family's fifth son and ninth kid. Mercy is also a basketball fanatic like his older brother Hercy. Additionally, he was a part of his high school's junior basketball squad and as per speculation, he could be the next great recruit to contemplate attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Furthermore, Mercy had also acquired an offer to play basketball at Hampton University, which Miller and his family confirmed on September 30, 2020.

Miller, a 6-4 freshman point guard from Minnehaha Academy High School in Minnesota, is presently ranked No. 3 in the class of 2024 by Coast to Coast Preps.


Intylyana Miller or Inty Miller is Master P and his former wife Sonya's fifth child and second daughter. She was born in the United States on 25 June 1993. Inty is a rising R&B singer with a net worth of $500,000, the source being her musical career. She is also an actress known for acting credits such as A Mother's Choice (2010),  Futurescape with James Woods (2013) and I Got the Hook Up 2 (2019) are among Intylyana Miller's acting credits.


Itali was born on 6 May 1999, to Master P and his ex-wife Sonya. She is the family's seventh child. Itali is an actress who has appeared in films such as A Mother's Choice (2010) and I Got the Hook Up 2 (2019). She also starred in the Flip the Script Kids Reality Special in 2010.

Tytyana's Drug Issue

Tytyana had an open conversation with her father, Master P, in the Growing Up Hip Hop episode Run in the Oven regarding her drug addiction. She talked about her drug problems and also expressed her willingness to go to rehab. Master P scolded her, saying, "In this house, you're going to have to do what's right. Do you get what I'm saying?"

With it all, she appeared to be closer to her father, but her relationship with her mother, Sonya, got strained. She reportedly ran away from her mother after the divorce of her parents. 

Tytyana was not included in the cast list of her father's reality TV show, Master P's Family Empire (2015-2016). Only her father, Master P, and her five siblings, Romeo Miller, Hercy Miller, Mercy Miller, Cymphonique Miller, and Veno Miller, were featured.

Parent's Divorce

Tytyana's parents got married in 1989. After 24 years of the marital bond, Sonya C. filed for a divorce in 2013, which was settled in 2014. The reason, according to her, was her ex-husband's act of infidelity. 

Master P's many business endeavors, including real estate, the No Limit Record label, and his trademark Make 'Em Say Ughh! energy drinks were all on the table for Sonya Miller. She demanded 40 percent of what he owned and requested $67,647,800 in total.

Sonya received a fortune following their divorce. In their bitter divorce battle, the judge ordered Master P to pay child and spousal support. As per the order, Sonya Miller would get paid $27,047 per month. It incorporated $16,574 in spousal support and $10,473 in child support. In addition, P was forced to pay Sonya's legal fees of $200,000.

Calabasas Home Dispute

The judge also resolved their then-ongoing dispute over the family's Calabasas' home, ruling that Sonya had the sole right to live there. The Calabasas' home was leased by Master P in December 2013 for two years, just two months after Sonya filed for divorce, but Sonya did not move out until 29 March 2016. According to her claim, Master P did not pay her any alimony payments as ordered by the court, and she was unable to find another place to live because she did not have enough money. A default judgment of $55,713.08 was levied against Master P and Sonya due to their subsequent lawsuit.

The Drug Allegation

Considering the court battle with his ex-wife over the alimony support and purported charge that Sonya Miller was a drug addict, Master P appeared on The Real in 2015 and expanded on his remarks. "When I was there, I told the judge, 'Sometimes you just have to look at right and wrong and that's it.' I feel like a person on the outside looking in — I asked the judge I said, 'Drug test both of us, and then you'll find all the answers.' Which their attorney didn't agree with. So I'm a put it in God's hands," he said.

"Drugs are killing a lot of families," he shared. "We're gonna get help for her. We still love her as a family — that's my kid's Mom, we wish the best for her… I think this is going to change her too. We are rooting for her. It's not like we're looking down on her. We love her as a family. She's gonna be in our lives forever." he added.

After Divorce

After the divorce, Sonya returned to Pepperdine University, majoring in Theatre Arts with a minor in Journalism with an accent in Photojournalism. In the summer of 2018, she was admitted into the Honors program at UCLA or USC. She also worked on writing a book with her publicist, Tammy Ty Page, while improving her modeling portfolio. All she wanted was to showcase herself as a strong and loving mother to her younger children.

Master P., soon after separation, began looking for a new love. He met a powerful woman with whom he could form a loving bond. Simin Hashemizadeh, Master P's new girlfriend, was an accomplished businesswoman. 

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