Percy 'Romeo' Miller to leave USC
LOS ANGELES -- Percy Miller, a sophomore guard at USC better known for his career in music and acting under the stage names Romeo and Lil' Romeo, has decided to leave the team, the school announced Friday.
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Miller, who is the son of rap mogul Master P, played in nine games in two seasons for USC, logging 19 minutes. He scored five points and recorded three rebounds and an assist.
Before coming to USC, Miller was a four-year starter at guard at Beverly Hills High School.
Miller released his first album at age 12 after being signed to his father's record company, No Limits Records. Miller's first major acting appearance was in the 2003 film "Honey," which starred Jessica Alba.
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