Romeo Speaks To Be Involved In The Divorce Of The Parents
Angela Simmons recalls being scolded by Dame Dash.
Romeo talks about the divorce of the parents, during The Breakfast Club interview.
While appearing on The Breakfast Club this week with the colleagues of "growing Up Hip Hop" star Angela Simmons, Romeo spoke about the need to be involved in the divorce between his parents, Master P and Sonya Miller.
"A lot of people have a misconception that you're a celebrity and everyone wants to be a celebrity," Romeo said. "And some people in my family just want to be veterinarians, doctors, lawyers. And it's sad because I'm going through a very public divorce with my dad and my mom. And people always talk about 'Why children get involved?' If you do not understand—If you have never been in the middle of a divorce, children are the most involved. And that's just the truth. And no one I love my mom and my dad more than me...It's like we have to participate".
During the couple interview on The Breakfast Club, Angela Simmons was asked about a conversation that took place between her and Dame Dash in the first episode of "Growing up Hip-Hop."
Simmons said he was verbally attacked by the former Roc-A-Fella Records co-owner, and was unable to speak his mind.
"He was talking and I just was listening to, to be honest with you," Angela Simmons said. "I don't think he understood where I was coming from. And he wouldn't let me speak. He—He just attacked me. And he didn't understand where I was coming from. So it was like I'm not going to disrespect anyone. I wasn't raised to disrespect my elders...I'm just going to sit there and I'm just going to listen. After a while I realized that I was not going to win. I'm not trying to win. And I will stop talking. He does not know me. He does not know of my life. You know what you see, but don't know what that step is...it Is not that I grew up rough, but it is that he does not know at what point I am in my life right now. What you're saying is that I'm in this little protective bubble."
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