Master P Hosts Toy Giveaway After Dispute With Son Romeo

Master P Hosts Toy Giveaway (Credit: Instagram)

Master P put the back-and-forth with his son Romeo Miller aside to focus on helping needy families this holiday season.

The No Limit Records founder posted several videos on Instagram Wednesday that showed him giving back to people in the community.

“This is what we love doing, putting smiles on kids’ faces,” Master P says in one video as he walks through a Walmart with excited children who pick out toys.

One parent breaks down in tears from the generosity. Several small children hug the hip-hop mogul and tell him, “Thank you!”

“It’s a blessing to be a blessing. Been helping my people for over 24 years. #GODisgood,” the rapper, entrepreneur and producer captioned the video

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Store employees are then shown loading a U-Haul truck with toys as the Louisiana native and several other men help.

A second video shows the U-Haul truck pulling up to a school in Louisiana. Master P and his staff take the toys into the school’s auditorium where kids line up to choose a gift to take home.

“We got bikes, toys, footballs, basketballs, Barbie dream houses for the kids,” a school employee says.

The rapper also brought along boxes of his newly-renamed Snoop Cereal and said business partner, Snoop Dogg, told him to give the boxes out.

“Thank you Master P!” the grateful kids say.

The toy drives came days after Master P and Romeo exchanged insults and accusations on social media.

Romeo, 33, accused his dad of not supporting some of his nine children financially or emotionally. In fact, Romeo alleged his dad failed to pay him when he was a child rapper and kept the young performer’s earnings for himself to pay off debts.

Meanwhile, Master P accused Romeo of just trying to get money out of his dad. “I love you and the door is always open for you, but I won’t tolerate disrespect. I haven’t talked to you or seen you in months. God knows I’ve tried to do my best,” Master P wrote.