Rapper Bow Wow believes it’s unfair to put ALL the blame on him for performing to a sold-out crowd in Houston, Texas over the weekend — but admits the mayor of the town is now VERY upset at him!
The ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ star took to social media to address the controversy surrounding his dangerous nightclub performance to a packed-in crowd which was mostly maskless. The message came after the mayor of Houston, Sylvester Turner, issued a statement condemning the actions and putting other nightclubs and restaurants on notice for operating at an unsafe compacity.
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“Concerts are not allowed in Houston at this time unless it is virtual. Please reschedule,” the mayor wrote.
He continued, “Neither Houston nor any Texas city should be allowed to be a venue for concert promoters outside of this State because clubs/bars are allowed to reclassify as restaurants. Only legitimate restaurants should be open at this time.”
Interestingly, the mayor pointed out he doesn’t have a problem with Bow Wow specifically, but he’s trying to save people’s lives.
“Let me be very clear. I don’t dislike (Bow Wow’s Team). While the city is in the midst of this pandemic nearly 2000 infected and 17 dying yesterday, this is not the time for concerts. Help us get past this virus and then do your thing. The same for other bars & clubs,” he added.
As you can imagine, Bow Wow took the message very personally and as a direct shot — answering “Safe to say the mayor of Houston hates my guts.”
“I cant believe I get the blame for a whole weekend. This is ridiculous,” the rapper added. It’s unclear who he is referring to, but according to reports Meek Mill was in the house along with other Hip Hop royalty. Also, we are guessing a lot of planning went into having Bow Wow perform at a packed nightclub, so others should share some of the blame.
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As we reported, Bow Wow was BLASTED after a video surfaced from inside of the jam-packed nightclub, where it appeared most patrons were not wearing masks.
In the video, the ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ star can be seen performing one of his many hits, but also not wearing a mask. As the mayor said, the state of Texas has been hit hard by the pandemic and the government is asking for events not to be held in this fashion to spread the COVID-19 virus.
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