Bow Wow Finally Explains His Beef With Chris Brown

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 14:  Bow Wow attends BET Networks New York Premiere Of "Real Husbands of Hollywood" And "Second Generation Wayans" at SVA Theater on January 14, 2013 in New York City.  (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for BET)
INGLEWOOD, CA - AUGUST 24:  Recording artist Chris Brown attends the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on August 24, 2014 in Inglewood, California.  (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images for MTV)

Bow Wow Finally Explains His Beef With Chris Brown

Or lack thereof...

Published March 14, 2018

The entire internet—including Chris Brown himself—was stupefied at Bow Wow’s new “Drunk Off Ciroc” record where he revealed tension with Breezy that knocked them off of speaking terms.

Bow is now clearing up any traces of a beef with Breezy, however, which he expanded on in a lengthy rant to a fan on Instagram.

The Instagram user popped up on an unrelated video to inquire about the beef, to which Bow responded doesn’t exist, and actually never did.


Another fan sent kudos to the Cleveland artist for “putting [his] heart into the music” and not airing them out on social media instead. Bow responded that he knew the consequences of such actions though, and anticipated the response that the lines about Breezy would get.

“I knew this song would have yall talking,” he wrote. “That's what you get for being real on a record. That's what music pose to do.”

He made sure to reiterate that there’s absolutely no beef with Breezy, and the track wasn't intended as a diss.

“AND NO FOR THE RECORD I HAVE NO BEEF OR STATIC W NOBODY SO DEAD IT,” he concluded. “It’s not a diss it’s a simple damn I miss my dawh what happen to us type sh**.”

Hopefully, this message makes it to Chris Breezy in the meantime. See what Bow had to say about the non-existent beef below. 

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Written by Diamond Alexis

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