Shortly after making waves with “Emotional,” in which he details a fallout with Chris Brown, Bow Wow spoke exclusively with Rap-Up about the confessional track and why he would “never, ever, ever, ever” diss Breezy.
Sitting down at Rap-Up HQ, Shad Moss dissected his own rhymes. “This is the first time I’m breaking everything down,” he said. “We’ve both been through a lot of shit. We have. We don’t have to talk about what he’s been through. We both, through our own paths of life, have dealt with shit…Through our journey as young men progressing in the game, you’re gonna go through things. That’s what that meant.”
Although Bow Weezy says that they don’t speak to one another on “Emotional,” the Cleveland rapper insists he and Breezy don’t have beef. In fact, he says he’s never had beef with anybody.
“Me and Brown have never, ever been through anything,” he explained. “Beef is serious shit…Me pouring my emotions out, how I feel, that’s not a beef. That’s just some shit that’s on your mind. People have to stop using that word…Beef is what we witnessed with ‘Pac and Big. Beef is what we witnessed with 50 and Ja. Beef is when you can’t be in the same room…That’s beef. I’ve never had beef in my life.”
Adding to that, Bow said that he doesn’t see them feuding in the future, either. “I’m always gonna be cool with Brown for life,” he added. “No matter what. We’ve toured together, made a lot of money together, and shared a lot of priceless moments together too…It’s gonna always be respect. It’s gonna always be cool. I would never, ever, ever, ever diss somebody who I always had love for, who I got love for.”
Brown commented on “Emotional” via Instagram. “IM CONFUSED,” he wrote in response to the track, which was formerly titled “Drunk Off Ciroc.” “U good bro?”
But the two have yet to speak to one another about it. “I ain’t reply to it,” added Bow. “But I’m 100. I have no problem with nobody. That’s not what I’m in the game for.”