Bow Wow, better known these days as Shad Moss, took a first class seat on the struggle plane once again. The rapper and entertainer posted a photoshopped image featuring him as part of the Death Row Records cover story from VIBE back in the day, and Twitter has opened up a barrage of slander that hasn’t let up.
Bow Wow posted the above tweet on Monday (Oct. 16) which featured him as a boy among the Death Row Records team of 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound, Suge Knight, Dr. Dre, and others. After fans on Twitter began piecing together the fact Moss was never officially signed to the label, he began defending the reason why he shared the image.
Moss posted a photo from 1993 of him standing between Snoop and Dr. Dre, seemingly in a bid to confirm he was down with the set at age six. Moss kept showing the receipts, such as him appearing in Snoop’s “Gin & Juice” video before he finally said a fan sent him the original photo.
“I was on death row at 6. This was the label roster. A fan sent me the pic it brought back memories,” Moss tweeted. He added, “Facts. Fan sent me the pic its not the original from VIBE im like damn it just took me back i was apart of some legendary sh*t. ”
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