Monday, October 24, 2016

Bow Wow and Soulja Boy Announce Collab


A couple years ago Rapper Soulja Boy dissed Bow Wow calling him broke and challenging him to a fight [click here if you missed that].

Either time heals all wounds or broke pockets stick together because Bow Weezy and Souja are dropping a new collab album...

A video posted by Soulja Boy "Dre'co" (@souljaboy) on

14 comments:

blogsnob said...

And this is me announcing that I'm going to take a knee on this in silent protest.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ I just hollered so loud in this office!!!! Shad will take whatever job keeps him relevant. I think he realizes how no one cares if he falls off the face of the earth right now.

Anonymous said...

And we care because??? It's going to be a hot mess. When has either one of them had any good music out....crickets

Anonymous said...

I laughed so hard when I seen this now my stomach hurts. These guys really think they have fans that will listen to their nonsense. Go do something better with your time then making me laugh til I hurts.

Anonymous said...

I'd rather buy a "Now That's What I Call Music!!" CD instead of this garbage.... Or even the latest "Yo, Gabba Gabba!" CD...

Anonymous said...

Child stars that never grew up.

Anonymous said...

LOL @ "broke pockets stick together"

LMAO @ kneeling in silent protest

Anonymous said...

Expect nobody but white folks to be buyin that bullshit. Bet not be one damn black person support this fuckery

prissa o said...

They make a cute couple :)
;)

Anonymous said...

We are so happy to announce that Daughter is back on her meds and has reunited with her long lost sister. Thank you all for your well wishes.

Anonymous said...

^^^
LOL!

prissa o said...

LOL @ 6:00

Anonymous said...

That album will certify diamond.




Through clickbait

Anonymous said...

This gorgeous interracial couple has erroneously knocked on so many doors to find work. Only to do end up doing a Highly anticipated streaming Souljah boy Bow Wow Vinyl album.


Come on yall.. We have to support black artists

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