People supporting Romeo Miller are quick to defend him against critics.
The “Growing Up Hip Hop” star protested in Minneapolis, Minnesota, this week in response to the death of police violence victim George Floyd, 46, on Memorial Day in Minneapolis. Miller, 30, took to Instagram on Thursday, June 4, and posted a photo of himself joining protesters on the street while wearing a “Being Black Is Not A Crime” T-shirt.
He boasted about his experience in Minneapolis and wrote, “Im only one man, but I’ll always do my part (to the best of my abilities) for the people and the community. Truly a beautiful day in Minnesota. Gianna your daddy truly did change the world. This is just the beginning. #GeorgeFloyd #BlackLivesMatter”
People applauded the “How I Feel” rapper for participating in the protest. One fan said, “Much respect! You and your dad consistently walk the walk. Sending peace and love ❤️ ✌🏿.” A second wrote, “✊🏾dope!!! The black and white filter on these pics definitely puts me in the 1960s not much has changed smh. Thanks for always sharing and giving time to the community 🙏🏽”
While some fans continued to praise Miller for his efforts in the community, others referred to his former drama on “GUHH.” One user commented, “That is right let your actions led by your hearts true intentions silence all the haters. Great family in deeds not just talk.” Another wrote, “They could never! I love you and your family Rome for this reason here. Y’all always do good by others 🙌❤️”
The young entrepreneur was embroiled in drama with the majority of his “GUHH” cast mates, including Angela Simmons, Boogie Dash and rapper Lil Twist. Cast members suggested that he and his father Percy “Master P” Miller acted like they were superior to others on the show.
Master P and Romeo Miller denied those accusations and called out “GUHH” producers for trying to create “fake” squabbles on the show between the father and son and their co-stars. The “War Wounds” artist also said producers were trying to drag out his son’s romance drama with Simmons.
The Millers decided to quit the We TV series in March. Master P told TMZ in May, “These companies only care about ratings and creating negative edits, short cuts of scenes, focusing on drama for headline clicks, and gossip that have been destroying families for years on TV. That’s the real reason my son didn’t want to talk on camera anymore because he knew that his words would be altered like they did mine.”