- Mon Aug 21, 2017, 2:16 AM GMT
A new report suggests that the 'Low Life' rapper has been seeing Joie Chavis, who shares adorable daughter Shai Moss with the 'Let Me Hold You' spitter.READ MORE
Not only he would likely rise to be one of the most influential rappers in American music industry, Bow Wow could also strive to be a celebrated screen star as well. Included in the cast of "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" (2006), he has made a lavish deal with Warner Bros Network to lead its sitcom, "Bow" (2006), in which he set to portray none other than himself. A successful artist with a list of accomplishment behind him, he really has surpassed the boys of his generation to embrace world's recognition.
Given the name Shad Gregory Moss, Bow Wow never saw his biological father since the day he was born on March 9, 1987 in Reynoldsburg, Columbus, Ohio. Raised by his mother and stepfather, Teresa and Rodney Caldwell, together with his stepsisters, Erica and Jasarah, little Shad had developed a profound interest in melodic tunes, particularly rap music. "I always liked rapping," he admitted. "I rapped every chance I got." Calling himself Kid Gangsta, he then started to join some talent competitions around his hometown at the age of 5.
The 30-year-old rapper was spotted bringing his alleged new girlfriend to the premiere of his WE tv show 'Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta' earlier this week.READ MORE
The rapper is allegedly flying to New York on a commercial flight instead of a luxe private jet he posted on Instagram, making Twitter users troll his flub by posting hilarious fake scenario.READ MORE
On the heels of Donald Trump's tweet in response to Snoop Dogg's music video for 'Lavender', Bow Wow pushed his way into the beef by tweeting that he would 'pimp' out the FLOTUS.READ MORE
The 'Let Me Hold You' hitmaker also previews some songs which will be featured in the collaborative album with Soulja.READ MORE