• Fri. Dec 3rd, 2021
Bow Wow

With Lil Bow Wow (or Bow Wow as we know him today), you just don’t know. But it seems like Shad Moss is staying on the highly-anticipated Millennium Tour- at least for now. 

Last week, the 34-year-old rapper went on a Twitter rant about the drama and frustrations he was apparently dealing with on the road. 

Stage time drama

“Too much bitching and complaining on this tour,” he tweeted on Oct. 16.  “Im bussn cats asses EVERY NIGHT! Every night they try and complain and take something away from me! I give 1000% and yall know it! ATL I HOPE YALL SHOW TOGETHER! IMA BUSS YALL ASS FOR 45 mins straight! TRY ME!”

He followed up with another tweet, “This might be my last show……I’ve had enough.”

Apparently, Moss was being snubbed of stage time, and attendees have been noticing the short performances too.

” I do 15 min EVERY NIGHT! I cant even do my full songs,” he tweeted. “AND I STILL BE BUSTING FOLKS ASS! think the fans dont complain about my set being 15 mins? Only way i show up tonight if i do my full set! Straight up!

The air seemingly cooled down after Moss had a conversation with Omarion that same day. 

“Tonight gone be one for the ages,” he followed up with his fans on Twitter, “i promise you that! Im going CRAZY i swear to god!

Since then, Bow Wow has on to have epic performances in Atlanta and Charlotte. In ATL, Angela Simmons made a cameo on the stage during his performance of “Shorty Like Mine.” The moment went viral and reignited rumors that their long and close friendship may be getting closer. Simmons posted the performance on her Instagram with the caption, ” About Last Night.” 

The Millennium Tour 2021 includes Omarion, Ashanti, Soulja Boy, Lloyd, Pretty Ricky, Sammie, and the Ying Yang Twins. The last US date is Nov. 21 in Memphis, before it wraps up in the UK on Dec. 14.

Dominique Waldron

Dominique Stephanie Waldron is a recent graduate from Long Island University with her Masters in Writing and Producing for Television. She is currently a 2021 recipient for The Shawna E. Shea Memorial Foundation (Shawna Foundation) Women in Film Fellowship. She believes there is always something new to learn and never passes up the chance to learn it. When she is not working, she's writing new scripts, listening to podcasts, meditating and exercising, and most importantly spending quality time with her loved ones.