The Internet Is Mopping The Floor With Bow Wow After His Breakfast Club Interview

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The Internet Is Mopping The Floor With Bow Wow After His Breakfast Club Interview

This isn't even funny...

Published April 12, 2018

Bow Wow sat down on the world’s most dangerous morning show, The Breakfast Club, and shared some SMH-worthy sentiments on his most recent controversy: suicide.

A week ago, Mr. Shad Moss made a questionable tweet regarding the heavy subject matter only for the internet to find out that it will be the title of his next album, he clarified. When the femme voice of the radio trio brought up how concerned his fans were, he backtracked a bit, however.

“Nah, it’s because it was how I was really feeling,” he said. “People don’t understand—I done lapped the world eight times. And it’s like, me coming into the game young, and seeing so much and doing so much, sometimes I just question life. Like, damn, what else is there for me to do.”

Afterward, Charlamagne made it clear that his aforementioned reasons were no means to commit suicide, though. But according to Bow, he’s crossed everything off of his bucket list and wonders what the next phase of his life actually is.

The ridiculousness didn’t end there, though, as the Cleveland native also shared thoughts on his former child rap star life and the *ahem* current state of his ex-girlfriends (such as Erica Mena and Ciara) post-Bow Wow, and the original Dogg Pound clique.

But within only minutes of the interview, the internet has had enough and they're taking to the #BowWowChallenge breeding grounds to let him know it.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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