Lil Mama Calls Out Bow Wow for Thinking He Can Sleep With Her
Lil Mama clearly isn't here to entertain Bow Wow's opinions about getting freaky with her. On Sunday (Dec. 9), the Growing Up Hip-Hop: Atlanta star went off on her co-star for allegedly boasting about how "easy" she is, and advising his homie BT that he could "be fucking in a week." In a series of Instagram videos, the "Shoe Game" rapper let the Edicius spitter know that she would "smack the shit" out of him.
"I want to start this off just by saying you played yourself, kid," Lil Mama said. "Bow Wow, you know, that in all the years that I've ever known you, you have never known a nigga to fuck me in a week. So to even give BT advice like 'Oh y'all gonna be fucking in a week.' you're being a clown."
"I was trying to bring you around some real niggas," Lil Mama continued in her next video. "You want to commit suicide one day. You're going crazy here. You're going crazy there. I come from a grounded environment that I was trying to bring you to. We're doing a TV show. We're creating content. You are far from the type of man that I could see myself being with, sleeping with or anything of that nature."
Lil Mama and Bow Wow's friendship was playful at one point in time. Back in 2016, she joined in on the viral jokes when fans pointed out that she and the So So Def rapper kind of looked alike. She even made a song called "Memes" which addressed the fact that she was the hot topic of discussion. However, in 2018, the only song she's got for Bow Wow sounds more like a diss track.
"There are so many things that I could address about this show, but I'm not going to let everything pull my attention," Lil Mama concluded. "Y'all could believe what y'all want to believe...before we start talking about a female beating my ass or anything like that let's just be clear: I will smack the shit out of you. Period!"
At press time, Bow Wow has not apologized nor responded to Lil Mama. Watch her go off on him below.
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