Bow Wow came under fire after carrying out in a congested Houston club while the coronavirus pandemic worsens around the world.
A video of the rapper, 33, on phase trended on Twitter on Saturday, January16 In the clip, fans– some wearing face masks, others without– sang along and danced as Bow Wow performed his 2005 struck “Like You.”
Social media users dragged the artist and participants for gathering in a large crowd throughout the global health crisis. “I can think about a million better ways to die … but to be having a hard time on a vent bc you visited bow wow in the year of our lord 2021 … that ain’t it,” a single person tweeted, while another composed: “So wait, people risking their life in a jam-packed club to see BOW WOW??? BOW WOW?”
” Individuals so desperate to head out even Bow Wow got the club loaded,” a Twitter user joked.
Even stars trolled the Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta star. “I thought of it and have actually chosen I’m not ready to die for Bow Wow,” Zach Braff tweeted.
Bow Wow, for his part, protected himself against the backlash.
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Bow Wow “concurred” with a fan who kept in mind that people are “sick of this covid bulls– t” and “need to and wan na” get out of quarantine. However, he didn’t “desire folks believing i don’t [sic] care.”
The Ohio native told one individual that he has “been tested twice already” for coronavirus and shirked some of the duty for the event in a follow-up tweet.
Bow Wow has been embroiled in numerous debates through the years.
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