Rapper Master P has promised to pay for the funeral of a three-year-old Trinity Randolph, who was shot dead along with her 21-year-old father while playing in her Frozen dollhouse.
Percy Robert Miller, who is known by his stage name as Master P, the former basketball player, the musician, and the philanthropist, stepped up after hearing the tragic death of Trinity Randolph and her 21-year-old father in Louisville on Friday.
Master P has been actively contributing to the Louisville community for years, took the financial responsibility of her funeral soon after he heard the tragic news.
He said that it is so sad to see the girl who has been taken away from the family, and from the community, she could have been the next president or a doctor, lawyer, or teacher but is gone from the future.
Trinity’s grandfather, Tyronn Howlett, said that she wanted to be the princess when she grew up, she was shot dead in her favorite frozen dollhouse.
Tyasia Lashay, Trinity’s aunt, who set up the funding page on GoFundMe, said that she was a funloving energetic three-year-old girl and was murdered in her grandmother’s home when she was playing in her dollhouse with her father.
This is not the first time this family has endured the pain of losing someone. Aunt Tenisha Porter said that when her 17-year-old nephew Cortez Randolph was killed in an unsolved shooting, it was trinity who helped her overcome the trauma.
Ninety-eight criminal homicides have happened in Louisville, Kentucky city in which 17 homicides occurred only in August. And yet no suspects’ names have come out so far.
That is not the first time Master P has supported any family financially. Earlier this month, he gave his support to the family of 14-year-old Samaj Miller, who was shot dead in South Los Angeles on 29th July.
Semaj Miller was a Campton basketball star.
Master P joined a candlelight vigil and honored the teen on 7th August, where he said that we all need to do something to stop this senseless killing and have to protect our kids, we all were smiling yesterday, now we are burying our kids.