Romeo Miller is making an attempt to have an effect on some calm following the household drama involving his father, Grasp P, and uncle C-Homicide.
Romeo Miller’s uncle, C-Homicide, has been incarcerated since 2009 as he serves out his life sentence for homicide within the second diploma. The rapper, whose actual title is Corey Miller, was arrested in January 2002 for the homicide of teenager Steve Thomas, who was fatally shot on the Platinum Membership in Louisiana. Though convicted 20 months later, he was positioned on home arrest as he awaited a retrial. In August 2009, a jury discovered C-Homicide responsible of second-degree homicide of the 16-year-old, and subsequent appeals to the Supreme Court docket to overturn the ruling have been all denied regardless of one of many jurors claiming that she was pressured to search out him responsible. Two years in the past, two witnesses within the case recanted their testimony, alleging that they’d been pressured by the authorities to testify towards the rapper.
C-Homicide and his brother Grasp P have advocated for a retrial all through the years, with Kim Kardashian and his ex-girlfriend Monica now reportedly talking as much as attempt to get the 49-year-old freed. Though initially happy on the efforts, he afterward posted a video on IG by which he expressed his frustration at his brother, seemingly aligning himself nearer with buddies than household and displaying extra gratitude to them regardless of the assist his kin have given all through the years.
In response to Grasp P’s rant, his son, Romeo Miller, has now tried to supply some readability and calm. “This example has torn a household aside and it’s as a result of the world gained’t let brothers be brothers,” the Rising Up Hip Hop star wrote on Instagram. “No household is ideal however no person on this planet love my household greater than my household! No person on this planet (apart from his children) love my uncle greater than my dad and thats details.”
Let’s hope that the Millers can overcome their household points.