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In This Photo: Romeo Miller Recording artist Romeo attends the NYLON Young Hollywood Party presented by BCBGeneration at HYDE Sunset: Kitchen + Cocktails on May 7, 2015 in West Hollywood, California. (May 6, 2015 - Source: Jason Kempin/Getty Images North America)

Besides showing off a photo teaser of me in a photograph I took recently with Rapper C-Murder, on Periscope, the new Social Platform owned by Twitter which allows users to share video in real time, I am sharing lots of buzz about another member of the Miller Family, Romeo.

It is clear that being a part of the Master P. Legacy has helped to shape Romeo Miller into the man he is today. His potential to excel has not been thwarted in any way and being under the umbrella of his Make 'Em Say Ugh Father has only helped him develop his true Hollywood grind. He is a thrill to watch and his movie credits keep growing. The youngsters most recent appearance in Brotherly Love along with Cory Hardict put him in great company. The young, emerging star is not the little Romeo we use to know and the 25 year old is making his presence known. His recent role, in a Lifetime Movie called Mega Church Murder, showed off his range as an Actor and there were more than enough scenes for us to see more than his charm at work. Brotherly Love premiered in select theaters so many of us may have not seen the movie, if it did not premiere in a city near us.  Not to worry, when it goes to DVD, I am sure there will be lots of fans scrambling to the store for a copy.

For those of you who are not on board with what Romeo Miller is doing these days, he has a Clothing Line called Rome Everything and also has a few movies in the making. I'm proud that he has roots in New Orleans, La. because so many creative people (from New Orleans) never really get much shine outside of the Big Easy. The West Coast may be the place he calls home but New Orleans will continue to be associated with his legacy. Though there were rumors circulating in our community that his appearance on Millionaire Matchmaker was a publicity stunt, I enjoyed watching him on the show. After all, he has to create the next generation of Millers. I just wonder who will be the lucky woman saying ugh in the delivery room. Here is a clip from Millionaire Matchmaker below.

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