Romeo Miller Responds to Criticism of His New Music

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The Millers weren’t happy with GUHH producers.

When it comes to Romeo Miller’s time on “Growing Up Hip Hop,” he made it clear he wasn’t about to be caught up in anything that would be bad for his image. And once things began to happen on the show he didn’t like, it was time to go. In particular, he and Master P had an issue with some of the producers.

Interestingly enough, Romeo is feeling as if his time on the show may still have something to do with how people see him now.

Romeo responds to criticism.

Recently, Romeo promoted the No Limit Records documentary that aired on BET. Romeo produced it and he was really proud of it. While sharing this with his followers, he also shared some of his new music on Instagram. The song he posted a snippet for is, “Back On.”

In the caption, Romeo wrote, “I think people really forget I was raised by @masterp, @silkktheshocker, and @cmurder. The thing about New Orleans; you could get it from anybody, so respect all. You don’t have to be a gangsta to be real. You’ll understand a lil bit better after tonight!!! Catch the highly anticipated 2-hr premiere of NoLimit Chronicles on @BET at 9/8c and shoutout to da city! No matter how far you go chasing your dreams, never forget where you came from. There’s no place like home. 504 #Nola Boy!”

You can check out the song below.


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After one of Romeo’s followers called out his lyrics and said he wasn’t raised like that, he responded.

He wrote, “You’ll never know how one was raised, good to know my professionalism at work (tv etc) paid off. My dad isn’t a doctor. He’s the first one in his family to make it out, who do you think his first born grew up around? Never claimed to be a gangsta, listen to my lyrics, I think yall just use to rich n****** wearing skinny jeans and nail polish ha, but jokes a side, there are many layers to every human. When yall see me on tv I’m just at work. We all judge and I get it. Bless up tho homie.”

Check out the screenshot below.

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