Where my dogs at?
“Let’s see how tough and gangster they are now.”
Auburn Deputy Mayor Salim Mehajer offering up his personal mansion to Bow Wow to film a music video is actually a thing that has happened. Legitimately. We couldn’t make this shit up. As The Australian reports, Councillor Mehajer’s Lidcombe estate will serve as the backdrop for the rapper’s latest single, Too Real, which features the
In what we, for all intents and purposes, will refer to as “the real world,” disputes and arguments start for all manner of reasons. Some are silly, trivial, and quickly resolved, while others are deep-rooted, mean-spirited, and can quickly turn into a longstanding rivalry or animosity between parties. In the music world, things are similar,
Lil’ Bow Wow is definitely not going to be singing ‘Bow-wow-wow, yippie-yo, yippie-yay’ for a while – his wallet is going to be $80,000 lighter for doing a bit of dodgy footage stealing. The rapper, who has apparently dropped the Lil’ from his name these days, is being forced to cough up the cash to
The lavish lifestyle of Bow Wow is so highly represented that it’s hard to even mentally picture the dude without tonnes of bling, a few European sports cars and solid gold chandeliers, but after a string of recent legal troubles, it’s starting to look like all that glitters really isn’t gold.
Supafest has just swelled to a considerable hip hop size. Announced today Timbaland, T-Pain, Busta Rhymes, Ciara, New Boyz, and Akons DJ – Benny-D have all been added to the already strong line up. Local groups Israel, Miracle, DJ Nino Brown join Snoop Dog, Nelly, Taio Cruz, and Bow Wow on a national tour. Supafest