Bow Wow Talks His Improving Relationship With His Baby Mama, Fatherhood & Love For Acting

Photo Credit: C. Todd Lopez

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Bow Wow might be new to fatherhood, but the rapper, actor and now host of 106 & Park isn’t new to drama. Although Bow Wow came on the scene as a child rapper, he hasn’t been able to repeat the same success he had as a child in his adult years when it comes to the music industry. Despite having a lukewarm career as an older rapper, he discovered that he enjoyed acting just as making music. And over the past few years, he been showing off his acting chops in various movie roles. Unfortunately for Bow Wow, the movie roles couldn’t stop the rumors of him suffering from money problems. And once he became a father, it just seems like the rumors got even louder. Bow Wow eventually addressed rumors that he is currently broke and denies that he is having any money problems.

Bow Wow might be able to deny having any money problems, but he couldn’t deny that he was having issues with his baby mama. The issues came to light when the up and coming model’s sister took to Twitter to blast Bow Wow as a father. She claimed the rapper barely spent any time with his daughter and was struggling to help out financially.

Well I guess Bow Wow and his baby mama have managed to bury the beef and get things back to being cordial since they do have a child together. As Bow Wow confirmed recently, he is paying child support, but he thinks it’s the best way to keep the drama between him and his baby mama to a minimum. It must be working because in a recent interview, he confirms that he is seeing his daughter a lot more and enjoying fatherhood.

In a recent interview with VH1’s Big Morning Buzz Live, Bow Wow talks about being a new father, his budding acting career, and he even reveals that he is enjoying making movies more than making music these days.

Check out the interview below:

Bow Wow’s latest film, “Allegiance,” will currently available on video On Demand and will hit theaters on December 28.


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