Jermaine Dupri announces So So Def Reunion Tour featuring Bow Wow amid social media meltdown
Guess Bow Wow isn't ready ti quit music after all?
Bow Wow recently suggested he plans to quit music and get a job at Game Stop but it seems his latest tirade was just a very public temper tantrum.
Jermaine Dupri announced plans to reunite his So SO Def family and embark on an anniversary tour that would feature Bow Wow, Xscape, Da Brat, J-Kwon, Def Franchize Boyz and Jagged Edge among others.
“Blessings are bigger when you share them,” Dupri said in a statement. “One of my biggest blessings is to be able to go tour with all my artists. I can’t wait!!!”
The label that brought us “Funkdafied” and launched Bow Wow’s career is celebrating its 25th anniversary and we highly doubt Bow Wow has any intentions of tuning down the coins he could collect from hitting the road.
Just days before the tour was announced, Bow Wow went on a Twitter rant against a couple of fans who invaded his privacy by snapping photos and videos of him inside a night club. They suggested he was creeping on his girlfriend and in the now deleted tweets, he hurled insults at bloggers before complaining about the pitfalls of fame and fortune. He reportedly said he would “give all his money away” and even sent some cash to a few lucky followers.
“I dont do cameras u stupid bitch!” he wrote. “Come in my section recording! So we shut your bright ass camera down u got mad so u tweet my bi**h. Id pay a b**ch 1000 to slap the lacefront off yo dusty ass! This goes for the rest of you hoes! LEAVE ME AND MINE THE F—K ALONE,” he posted.
“Im cash apping all my money away today. So if you want some free money yall can have it… lets see if you think money makes you happy.”
In another post, he suggested he would quit the business and get a job at Game Stop.
“Ima quit all this s—t,” he wrote. “Down size my home. Sale [sic] everything. And go to work at gamestop. Id probably be the happiest man in the world. trade my cars in and buy a probe.”
Let’s hope Game Stop has a very lenient vacation time policy.