bow wowHe’s impressive for his performance in a crowded club this weekend, but more than him … the people who put their lives here who are under heavy criticism.
The rapper was one of a handful of artists who showed up on Friday night to Cle Houston for a club promotion. Larry MorrowBirthday … With some footage from the event leaked online, it shows just how packed and revealing it mostly is.
Depository mill And the J Prince Jr. They were there too … they didn’t look like they were wearing masks.
In any case, the clip that makes the rounds captures the audience down the stage, and there are clearly over 100 (and maybe more) people looking at Bow Wow’s performance. They were singing the lyrics to his song “Like You” … before BW jumped in to finish it.
People were quick to criticize Bow Wow for participating in what appears to be a clearly unsafe event, especially as the pandemic continues to spread and cases increase – especially there in Houston, which just reported more than 24,000 positive new patients on Friday alone.
Besides criticism, the jokes came on the Bow Wow account, with many openly questioning why anyone in their right mind would put their life on the line for … The Bow Wow Show. Even the actor Zak Braff I got into the mockery, writing … “I thought about it and decided I’m not willing to die for Bow Wow.” Lots of people felt the same way.
Of course, this comes about a week after he posted a video of himself on a boat with a group of women, all of whom were not masked. Basically, the man appears to be violating COVID protocols, and people notice him and call him.
This is what Bow Wow wrote recently in response to someone who pointed out the dangers of COVID after he delivered a party he was scheduled to attend for his “Growing Up Hip Hop…” “I’m convinced. I have to get my paper. I follow protocol. 2020 I’ve never been sick all year! It has never happened in my life 365 days I have not had one disease. ”Interesting takes, BW.