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Romeo Miller shared a lengthy letter via Instagram on Tuesday detailing the trials and tribulations of his personal life.

The open note, which Romeo calls his “letter of hope,” went into depth regarding his public issues with his mother, father and his thoughts on the media being the cause of many famous families downfalls.

“My parents’ divorce is very public and has definitely taken a toll on us kids. From rumors of me hiding money to my father kidnapping his kids — from day one I’ve realized that the medias main goal is to sell a story and could care less about the well-being of my family,” Miller wrote.

The 26-year-old went on to explain that he was built to handle the media scrutiny and criticism, but his siblings nor his mother can handle it. That’s when the actor and rapper dropped a major bombshell that his mother, Sonya Miller, served him with a lawsuit.

According to reports, the documents accuse Romeo of helping his father, Master P, in making sure Sonya doesn’t get a certain amount of money in the divorce.

“Today I was SERVED by my own mother and although it hurts, I know that she can’t be 100% behind all of these ridiculous moves but instead is being guided by another’s greed.”

He added, “I haven’t spoken to my mother in months due to advice she’s taking from her lawyers. It sucks because the only reason I’ve worked so hard was to make my mother proud.”

The Royal Family Holiday actor concluded, “The person my life who I love the most, I can’t even talk to. But I truly know and believe that GOD wouldn’t give ANY of us anything we couldn’t handle. Each morning I wake up, I realize that I am not only blessed but it’s another opportunity for hope.”

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Master P nor Sonya has yet to respond to Romeo’s letter.


Prenup For What? The Real Reason Prince Harry Doesn’t Need Meghan Markle To Sign On The Dotted Line



Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are keeping the fairytale alive by forgoing a prenup … but this might not be as romantic as it sounds.

According to a source, Harry believes his marriage to Meghan will last forever and there’s no reason to safeguard his £30 million fortune. “There was never any question in Harry’s mind that he would sign a prenup,” one of his “friends” told DailyMail. “He’s determined that his marriage will be a lasting one, so there’s no need for him to sign anything.”

Awww, that’s beautiful … but the gag is, even if Markle signed a prenup it wouldn’t mean much. Unfortunately, prenups are not legally enforceable in the UK. However, they are increasingly taken into account during divorce cases, so at least there’s that.

Also, Prince Harry isn’t the first to take this route. His big brother Prince William made the same move when he married Kate Middleton. In addition, their mother, Princess Diana, didn’t have a prenup either. Consequently, she had to fight tooth and nail to get her £17 million settlement when she divorced Prince Charles.

Hopefully, the royal couple’s union will be one that last a lifetime. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to wed on May 19th at Windsor Castle in England.

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