Bow Wow Faces Backlash for Performing at Packed Nightclub During Pandemic

Lula Sharp
January 19, 2021

TMZ reports the performance took place at Cle Houston for club promoter Larry Morrow's birthday celebration and included rapper Meek Mill in attendance.

Shortly after, the rapper and actor responded back to the backlash with a tweet that read, "I just woke up... aww god".

Bow Wow posted those tweets on Instagram Stories and called out Mayor Turner for singling him out.

After Moss performed at a club in Houston on Friday with fans not wearing masks, it went viral on the internet. "Here we go", Bow Wow wrote after seeing his name trending on Twitter.

He also added that he wore his mask "up until i got on the mic".

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"Can I just say we getting exhausted of this covid bulls***, people need to and wanna get out of the house", to which Bow Wow responded, "Agreed". "ATL is open. I can't help I live that I live in a city where we been open since last spring", Bow Wow wrote, according to the outlet.

When one of his followers said that people are getting "tired of this Covid bulls**t. and wanna get out of the house", Bow Wow replied: "Agreed". The hip-hop artist and reality TV star felt he was singled out by the government leader for performing at an H-Town nightclub and not following COVID-19 safety protocols. Only legitimate restaurants should be open at this time...

BW was criticized for drawing a large, mostly unmasked crowd at a club Friday night, and caught the attention of Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner because he had more gigs scheduled the rest of the weekend. "Other bans/clubs that are operating as restaurants, beyond capacity and social distancing requirements, please expect visits".

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