Mercy Miller Dad Master P: Height And Age Gap Between Them

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Mercy Miller dad, Master P, carved out his legacy well before the rise of many contemporary rappers in the music industry.

Renowned as a rapper, record producer, record executive, actor, and entrepreneur, Master P’s multifaceted talents have left an indelible mark.

The Miller duo shares an exceptionally strong bond, with Master P consistently offering unwavering support to his son at every opportunity.

Basketball Player Mercy Miller
Basketball Player Mercy Miller (Source: Instagram)

Born on September 13, 2005, Mercy Miller is the son of Master P and Soniya C. Miller.

Miller played at Minnehaha Academy and has committed to playing basketball for the University of Houston.

He committed to Houston because of his relationship with Coach Kelvin Sampson.

Moreover, as a young individual, Miller is also an entrepreneur and co-creator of Master Clean Life, a brand of household cleaning supplies.

Details Of Mercy Miller Dad Master P: Their Age Gap

Mercy is the youngest son of the rapper and producer Master P, whose real name is Percy Robert Miller Sr.

Percy was born on April 29, 1970, in the Third Ward of Uptown New Orleans, Louisiana.

He was the oldest sibling out of five. He attended Booker T. Washington High School and Warren Easton High School.

The rapper graduated with a degree in business administration. He opened his record store when he received $10k as an inheritance from his late grandfather.

In 1990, the rapper released his first cassette tape, “Mind of a Psychopath,” which gave a kick start to his musical career.

The same year, the death of his brother, Kevin Miller, increased his motivation to become a successful person to save his family.

The Legend Rapper Master P
The Legend Rapper Master P (Source: Rolling Out)

As of 2023, Percy is 53 years old, and there is a 35-year age gap between Percy and Mercy who is 18 years old.

Likewise, Miller is an inch taller than his father, with Master 6’3″ and Mercy 6’4″.

Apart from Mercy, Percy has 8 other children with his ex-wife, Sonya C. Miller.

The Dynamic Miller Siblings

Mercy is the youngest among all the Miller siblings, with the eldest being Romeo Miller.

Romeo, born on August 19, 1989, is known as Lil Romeo. He is a rapper, actor, reality TV star, and record producer.

The second Miller is Vercy, who was born on July 26, 1991. Young V is popularly known as an actor, singer, producer, DJ, and business student.

Percy and Sonya’s first daughter, Tytyna Miller, born on June 15, 1992, sadly passed away after accidentally intoxicating herself with fentanyl on May 27, 2022.

Intylyana, well-known as Princess Inty, is the fourth child of the Millers and is a rapper and entertainer.

The Miller Siblings
The Miller Siblings (Source: Instagram)

Additionally, their daughter Cymphonique was born in 1996. She is an actress and singer featured on the hit show How to Rock.

Their youngest daughter, Itali, was born on May 6, 1999, and she is an actress known for her role in I Got the Hook Up 2.

Likewise, Hercy Miller, the elder brother of Mercy and the second youngest of the Miller family, born in 2002, plays as the guard for the Louisville Cardinals Men’s Basketball team.

Besides his children, Master takes responsibility for his late brother’s son, Ven Miller, son of Kevin Miller.

Veno, the singer and actor, gained recognition primarily for his roles in Victorious and Lala Land.

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