Bow Wow is accused of receiving money for a feature and never delivering in a weird new lawsuit. While this type of stuff is common in hip-hop, who he got the money from was shocking.

According to The Neighborhood Talk, the rapper stole the money he was supposed to receive for a feature with a 10-year-old girl. According to court filings, he was transferred $3k via Cash App for the purpose of recording a feature on a song, but it never materialized. The 10-year-old’s father is now suing for $15,000. “Based on the foregoing and as a direct result of Defendant’s actions and failures,” the suit states.

The bizarre anecdote elicited predictable reactions from fans in the comments section. “Now why would he make a song with a 10 yr old,” one commenter asks. “He didn’t play a 10-year-old girl. “That’s insane,” seemed to be the general reaction. “It’s just wild af lmaoooo! Being a 10-year-old!” “Because, sir, what?” Another of the top comments says. Other fans were hesitant, preferring to wait and see how the plot unfolded before passing judgment. “I’m going to sit out this one until he says something.” “Thanks to Carlee, I no longer want to take a bite out of crime.”

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Earlier this year, some long-running feuds in which Bow Wow had been involved were eventually resolved. When they were arguing last month, Soulja Boy extended an olive branch to the rapper. He added of their feud, “we were young,” and that both musicians had matured much in the years afterwards.

Bow Wow himself had ended beefs a month before. He has put an end to a long-running rivalry with his former tutor, Jermain Dupri. The rapper’s career had long been a source of contention between the two. What are your thoughts on Bow Wow being sued for neglecting to appear in a film with a 10-year-old girl? Tell us in the comments section below.


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