Bow Wow apologizes after crowded Houston club backlash

The rap artist, who likewise acts under his legal name Shad Moss, had actually gotten reaction on social networks after he was seen in video footage on phase appearing to carry out for a primarily maskless crowd at Cle in Houston.

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner tweeted on Sunday: “These events that are scheduled with @BowWowPromoTeam today in Houston are on our radar.”

“Other bars/clubs that are operating as restaurants, beyond capacity and social distancing requirements, please expect visits,” the tweet read. “Today we report 1964 new cases and 17 more deaths.”

Turner likewise explained that since of the pandemic just virtual shows are allowed the city.

Moss reacted to the call out on Twitter.

“Safe to say the mayor of houston hates my guts,” he tweeted. “I cant believe i get the blame for a whole weekend. This is ridiculous.
Turner tweeted that he did not personally have a problem with Moss.

“Let me be extremely clear. I do not do not like @BowWowPromoTeam,” the mayor tweeted. “While the city remains in the middle of this pandemic almost 2000 contaminated and 17 passing away the other day, this is not the time for shows. Assist us surpass this infection and after that do your thing. The exact same for other bars & clubs.”

On Tuesday Moss tweeted, “Heres the REALITY: My only declaration.”

“1. It was not a bow wow performance. I just did one verse to like you. And returned to my area and basically my mask BACK on,” he tweeted. “2. I did not i repeat did not GET PAID for anything. It was my kids 30th bday weekend and i boiled down off the love.”

“3. I say sorry if i did anything incorrect. I like the city of houston. I consider it like a second house. A location i go to on my downtime,” he added. “4. Sorry to the mayor for any confusion. I comprehend the time we are residing in so I say sorry.”

The mayor tweeted his appreciation of Moss and said he looks forward to attending one of his concerts post pandemic.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.