After performing at a Houston nightclub on Friday, rapper Bow Wow is spreading some heat on social media while COVID-19 is still destroying the nation.
In videos circulating on Twitter on Saturday, Bo Wah, real name Shad Moss, appears on stage performing his 2005 song “Like You” while partygoers dance downstairs. Although some were wearing masks, the majority of the crowd was not covering their faces.
Bow was at a Texas nightclub in Houston yesterday, according to videos shared on Instagram stories by partygoers. The 33-year-old rapper was there as part of Larry Moore’s All Black Birthday Weekend, which includes a lineup of events over the long weekend with other stars such as Mack Mill, Trey Songs and Terrence J. ۔
People expressed frustration at the social distance of controlling and preventing booze and clubbhushan diseases and non-compliance with mask recommendations.
“I can think of a million better ways to die … but you went to see our lord bow in the year 2021. That’s not it.” Tweet WitYoLo_okin (expletive)
Some people were confused as to why people would go to Bo Wow concert in the first place.
makeenz tweeted: “Is it loneliness? Denial? I’m trying to figure out who a lot of people have to do this for. Let someone wow.”
“It’s all about putting you at risk,” wrote Waterlootics. We literally never get out of this epidemic.
According to Johns Hopkins University figures, criticism of Boao came as the world hit a major milestone on Friday. More than 393,000 of these deaths occurred in the United States. There are more than 23.6 million confirmed cases of corona virus in the United States. .
USA Today Boo Wow and Cleo Houston arrived for comment.
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