Bow Wow has something to say to one of his apparent opps – though he’s not putting a name on it.
Taking to his Instagram Story on Monday (September 25), the “Fresh Azimiz” rapper called out someone he says has always been jealous of him – citing the fact they hit up his DJ instead of him to tap in when the unnamed detractor came to his city of ATL.
“Ayo bro u a clown!” he began. “Don’t come to my city and DM my DJ asking him what’s crackn in the city! You hit me! Now I know where we stand. You always been jealous of me.”
He continued: “U always been 2nd to me in anything! I took your shit made it mine and now I own what I created. We gone start addressing all these fake weirdo shit you be on.”
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Bow Wow has been very successful throughout the decades — both as a rapper and as an actor — but he still wishes he had two things that he never was able to get.
Last week, the “Let Me Hold You” rapper took to his Instagram stories to reveal how disappointed he was that he didn’t enjoy the two most common joys of a teenager’s life.
“Just woke up…thinking to myself like DAMN MAN…I NEVER BEEN TO PROM NOR COLLEGE,” he wrote. “I WANNA PLEDGE SO BAD, I WISH I WAS APART OF A FRATERNITY.”
He continued: “YALL THINK I’M LUCKY BECAUSE OF MY LIFESTYLE BUT I REALLY WANT WHAT Y’ALL HAVE [side eye emoji].”
On the work side of things, Bow Wow recently announced plans to revive the popular Scream Tour from the early 2000s that included performances from B2K, Chris Brown and himself.
“That was then This is NOW! Its time to SCRRRRREAAAAM,” he captioned the tour’s video announcement in late July. “Them kids been getting on yalls nerves all summer its only one place to bring them so they can be as wild as they want! SCREAM TOUR 23 “NEXT UP” We baaaaack !!
“GET YOUR TICKETS MY YOUNGINS IS READY TO SHOW OUT!!! @thatgirllaylay @officialyoungdylan and more…… oh yeah IM HOSTING ! It’s only right!”
Artists scheduled to perform on the tour include That Girl Lay Lay, Young Dylan, Wanmor, Papa Jay and more.
However, set to kick off in August, the trek has since been postponed. New dates have yet to be announced.