Bow Wow has responded after actor Orlando Brown claimed he had “bomb ass pussy” in an interview with comedian Funny Marco.
In an interview released earlier this week, Funny Marco asked the former “That’s So Raven” star when was the last time he watched BET’s 106 & Park.
“The last time it was hot, when Lil Bow Wow was on there,” he said. “I ain’t got a problem with Lil Bow Wow. Lil Bow Wow got some bomb ass pussy.”
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Fans quickly took to Bow Wow’s Twitter gunning for a reaction to the bizarre claim, but the rapper initially said he was too busy to pay it any mind.
“Since when legends GOT TO speak on fuckery?” he tweeted. “Im filming my new tv show as we speak and preparing for a sold out show at the o2 arena for the millennium tour in London. Ima 35 yr old father i dont play them type games. You do know this bow u talking to right. I AM A BOY DAMON.”
Bow later said he watched the clip in question and then responded, “Dawg im just now seeing it,” he wrote. “I been wrapped up w work. I be chilling…off the grid not all on the net then ill look up and be trending…they know who names they gotta say to go viral for 24 hours. 🤣 shit be crazy…Tweaked out…but you know dude really need help na im sayn? Thats why we aint trippin on em. Nobody taking him serious. Its sad because he had potential to be great. Its sad. Dem drugs!”
Brown caught wind of the rappers response Thursday and released a video telling him to “embrace” his claim.
“[We should] really, really address the fact that you got bomb pussy,” Brown started. “You got to tell people the truth, Bow Wow. Tell people the truth, bro. If you got bomb pussy, you got to embrace that pussy.”
This isn’t the first time Brown has made troll-like sexual claims about someone. Last year, the actor claimed Nick Cannon performed oral sex on him that prompted a lengthy statement from Cannon.
“First off let me say I am praying for the young brother Orlando even though I don’t really know him personally, I have always loved and enjoyed his talent and have been a fan of his past work,” Cannon said. “But this is another crucial example of when we allow our young artists to be prematurely exposed by this demonic business and left out to fend for themselves. We need better support systems for our youth and take care of our own.”