Bow Wow Sends Out ‘Thirst Blast’ For ‘Baddie’ At The Mall
Bow Wow has taken to social media to ask his followers for help in locating a “baddie” he spotted at the North Point Mall in Atlanta, putting out a PSA in the hopes to track down “the girl in the grey.”
In a video posted to his Instagram Story, Bow stopped by the mall to quickly grab something from Dillards, and while exiting, took a moment to try and track down a girl he spotted and couldn’t take his eyes off of.
“I’m leaving the mall right? A place I do not go to, but it was so last minute I had to grab something” Bow said. “In and out like a rapper. Peep this out though, the whole time I’m in there. I’m trying to find this store. I just see this baddest. Yo, this girl was so fine. She had on all grey, like she had some dreads or something. I don’t know what. I’m talking about cold.”
“Oh North Point Mall, oh my God. Just when you think they don’t be on the North side like that. Ain’t no way she live on this side. Hollar at your boy. This a whole new thirst blast I’m sending out. She was that bad, and I was occupied, and so was she. So I couldn’t really pull up how I wanted to. But I know when she see this she be like damn.”
However, it seems the “thirst blast” didn’t go as planned, as multiple women soon enough began blowing up Bow Wow’s DM’s claiming to be the girl in question.
According to court documents obtained by The Neighborhood Talk, the girl in question allegedly paid Bow Wow $3,000 via Cash App for a feature but her family is claiming he never held up his end of the bargain. Now, the father of the 10-year-old is suing for $15,000.
“Based on the foregoing and as a direct consequence of Defendant’s actions and failures, Plaintiff’s total damages, including costs and attorney’s fees, amount to $15,000.00″ the document read.
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Bow Wow has denied the claims, taking to Twitter last week to say he doesn’t “conduct business on apps.”
“D pippin done got yall again huh? [laughing emoji] i dont conduct business on apps. I do NOT use or have cash app. So if you aint call management and send a wire .. you def was NOT dealing w me,” he tweeted.
“Be careful who yall send yalls money to online. This happens everyday to folks. This the 3rd time somebody acting like me catfishing people.”
The suit came mere days after Shad Moss announced he would be bringing back another installment of the Scream tours from the early 2000s, which previously included performances from B2K, Chris Brown and Bow Wow in their younger years. He said the new tour will help introduce the next generation of hitmakers to the masses.