Bow Wow Clashes With Houston Mayor Over Concert: “I’m Not The Bad Guy”

Rap veteran Bow Wow is at odds with Houston mayor Sylvester Turner. The hip-hop artist and reality TV star felt he was singled out by the government leader for performing at an H-Town nightclub and not following COVID-19 safety protocols.

Bow Wow Called Out By Houston Mayor

Mayor Sylvester Turner tweeted that Bow Wow’s mask-less performance in front of a mostly mask-less crowd was “on our radar” due to possible safety violations, and Bow Wow complained the mayor “hates my guts.” Mayor Turner later clarified he’s not making it personal, he’s just trying to slow the spread of COVID-19.

“Can i live ….. yall know in not the bad guy 😊 😈”

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Bow Wow’s Houston Show Sparks Memes

The Internet is coming directly for Bow Wow. Social media has lit up the hip-hop veteran following a live performance he threw down at in Texas.

People risking their lives to hear a live performance of “Shorty Like Mine”? We never getting outta this pandemic. 🤦🏽‍♂️

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Bow Wow’s Houston concert sparks controversy and memes.

Bow Wow Fans Targeted Too

The digital smoke didn’t end with Bow Wow. Social media also playfully went at concertgoers hanging out with BW at his Friday night show.

Bow Wow and his fans are getting absolutely roasted on Twitter after footage leaked of the rapper performing for a large, mostly unmasked crowd at Houston’s Cle’ Club Friday night. The event was part of a larger celebration for club promoter Larry Morrow’s birthday, which also featured a performance from Meek Mill and promises sets from Fabolous and Trey Songz, among others, throughout the weekend. Though the event itself should be criticized for not following COVID-19 protocol while the virus continues to wreak havoc — especially in Houston, which saw 24,000 new cases on Friday alone — the Internet is taking aim at Bow Wow followers for risking their lives to see him perform. (Yahoo! News)

Bow Wow Claps Back At Timbaland

Bow Wow recently put respect on his name. Over the summer, he went to social media to clarify he most certainly has enough hits for a Verzuz battle after legendary producer Timbaland said otherwise.

“Yo! @Timbaland said i might not have 20 songs to do a verzuz… i LAUGHED … What about: Oh i think they like me. Where the party at remix. Destiny child remix. Ima flirt. Theres more…. 3-6 mafia side to side we past 20 right?” -Bow Wow’s Twitter