Master P and Romeo Miller are leaving Growing Up Hip Hop. The father-and-son duo confirmed the rumors in a new Breakfast Club interview.

"It isn't going where it used to be at," Master P told co-host Angela Yee. "We started the show. Now it's looking more and more like Love & Hip Hop." Miller then doubled-down on his father's comments. He revealed that the show wasn't in line with his views, and cited inner peace and mental health as deciding factors.

"It's not about the money. I'm the highest-paid on the network. I had to walk away because I can't sell my soul for money or a storyline. It's never worth it for me at the end of the day. It's about my inner peace, my mental health, and my growth."

They had been on Growing Up Hip Hop since the first season aired in 2016. The WEtv show documents the lives of children of hip-hop superstars, including Rev Run's daughters, Angela and Vanessa Simmons, and Dame Dash's son, Damon "Boogie" Dash.

Check out the full interview below, and hit the 3:48 mark to hear Master P and Romeo's comments.

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