Bow Wow Addresses Raz B Gay Allegation:"I Get Way Too Much Play For Him To Be Saying That Stupid Shyte" [Video]

Omari,Bow wow,Lil Fizz Bow Wow Responds To Raz B Allegations Newly signed Cash Money member Bow Wow has decided ...

Bow Wow Responds To Raz B Allegations

Newly signed Cash Money member Bow Wow has decided to shed light on some accusations cast his way by former B2K member Raz B.

As previously reported, Raz B appeared on Charlamagne The God's Sirius Satellite radio show “The Funeral”  and  revealed that not only was he molested by Stokes and Houston but alleged that Bow Wow and Lil' Fizz were in a secret affair.

“Bow Wow used to always come over to the house in Diamond Bar," Raz told the radio host. "And I've always seen some weird Shyte before. Trust me.”

In an interview with VIBE, Bow Wow decided to address the rumors, stating that it was another case of someone attempting to gain fame off of his name.

“I don't know Raz at all. The only thing that I was ever affiliated with him was by the Scream tour. But all that funny Isht he poppin' needs to be left over there. I'm over here just trying to do me,” Bow Wow said in the interview.“We were never even label mates or anything. Maybe because my video is out, N***as feel like they got to eat off my name or try to become relevant."

Although Bow wow has never denied that one of his closest friends is former B2K front man Omarion, Bow Wow states that he is not gay and has never been involved with anyone in the group, even as friends.

“I get way to much play for him to be saying that stupid Shyte. It's weak, period. Why every time I try to stay out of Shyte N***as be putting my name in their mouth. I don't know what they got going on over there,” Bow Wow continued.

“I always heard Shyte but I was just as shocked as everyone else when everything came out. Basically, don't drag my name in nothing. Raz can't even contact me because they don't have my numbers. See, I don't want to talk to him or waste my time.”

In other Bow Wow news, Bow Wow states that he is excited that Lil Wayne was home and sheds light on the advice he received from Weezy behind bars.

In an interview with RealTalkNY, Bow Wow states that during a visit with his label CEO, Weezy advised him that jail is not for rich people.

“Weezy straight told me that jail is not for rich N***as,” Bow Wow said. “I think that really this is a time that black men really need to stand up and stop doing dumb Shyte.

The police and everybody is watching us and waiting for us to Fawk up and we keep doing dumb Shyte. At some point we have to say that enough is enough and change things, because if you really love something you will do what you have to do to keep it.”

Check out the interview below:


 

Check out the interview below:

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  • nikkii

    wowwww all I have to say is something has to be true about what Raz is saying I really just think its a case of tell it all who would put rumors out of being screwed in the butt if it wasnt true down low men never wants anyone to know.... I just started reading about this really but my question is has any immature boys came out and defended Marcus or Chris? Now on Bow Wow I dont know about that one either cause the way he answered and said he wasnt friends with anyone in B2K and he didnt know them wowww and you have pics with them personnally (sticky) and for him to answer and say he get way too much play for that bs question what does play have to do with anything that was a lame answer

  • Krusher Kronkite

    The only thing Raz B is lying about is saying he's not gay. The music industry is infested with them SMH!

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  • http://hiphop140.com Jermaine

    Why is Raz B outing other people besides himself? I understand outing his own interactions with people, but why he have to mess in other people's business? I believed him before, but not so sure now.

  • The X-Factor

    Think more. Do more. Be more.
    As I look at the state of the black man in America, I am bewildered at the fact that we have lost so much. We have lost our pride, our sense of dignity, our ability to sustain a prosperous future. We have become lethargic in our quest for a better tomorrow. Sure, some have moved out of the ghettos and dirty city streets, but far too many remain. The fact that we still have Crips and Bloods fighting in California and countless other street gangs is a sad testament to the failure of the Black Church, the black woman, and the black family. I don't know when we are going to wake up. The time has come to be more responsible for ourselves and more accountable for our destiny.

    If Barack Obama has shown us anything it is not that "we" can be president; it is that we can be more than just a stereotypical Negro. Grant it, I am one that believes when you have a African father and a white mother, as the President has, you are not necessarily a Black Man in the struggle. For I don't believe Barack has any clue of what the struggle is or was. How could he? He was not raised in a home of parents nor grandparents that endured the dogs of the Civil Rights Movement? Nevertheless, we continue to place onus on him that I believe he is not capable of understanding or bearing. Additionally, to my utter chagrin, we perennially ascribe to him some tour de force because he was elected to be President of the United States of America. Grant it, it is a wonderful accomplishment. But President Obama cannot and will not change the current state of affairs in Black America. That is up to us.

    We must begin to hold our so-called leaders feet to the fire. Actually, we need to stop allowing them to lead us and allowing media to call them our leaders. As they are not leading but only following the devil to Hell and taking all of us with them. Black America is not better off because of them. In fact, if you look at the HIV statistics, High School dropout rates, and prison population numbers, it is unarguable that they are failures! Utter and complete failures!!! We must fight for our futures and futures of our families.

    We must not allow ourselves to aspire to be incompetent criminals, incorrigible thugs, pandering preachers, and Dolemite wanna-be pimps that idolize fools like Kanye West, Jessie Jackson, Al, Sharpton, and Tiger Woods, who wasn't even a black person until he cheated on his wife then he got a dose of the OJ Simpson media medicine. Yes, I think he killed that white woman. I beg of the Black Man to rise from the ashes of degradation and think more, do more, be more. The world is changing and the fade to black is not looking promising.

  • http://Unmmm Brittany

    Raz b is gay and everybody knows it so he trying to cover it up by calling everyone else gay!

  • Covingtonlauren

    I didn't even know razb was relevant ha ha he clearly needs a new hobby I dnt know y this dude thinks tht saying I've been molested n all. Tht othe shyt is making razb look bad not anybody else bow wow do u

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