Happy Father’s Day- Twitter Style

- By Bossip Staff

Even though Father’s Day is over, looks like Bow Wow wants to be sure his deadbeat @ss Dad gets a nice sentimental message

We take this time out from warm and loving Father’s Day sentiments to bring you the following message from Bow Wow, via his Twitter:

“as bad as I wanna say F**K my pops, im not gone think negatively. so happy pops day 2 all da good fathers out there. mine prob drunk sum wur.”

Looks like it wasn’t so easy for Bow Wow to be lil’.

Nine times out of ten, his deadbeat @ss pops doesn’t even know what Twitter is but its just sad when you gotta put your pops on blast in such a public way.


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    Daddy’s Day is a rough one..so emotional for some people whose dad hasn’t been around…

  • MAMI A

    lol..wow so bitter

  • Charles Olivier


  • MAMI A

    @ charles olivier -nope u werent 1st or 2nd lol

  • Imoonah

    I feel for him… but he does anything these days to stay relevant… be seen… Time to grow up

  • On the Real

    Thats whats up

  • shabba

    fathers are overated,its all about mumma

  • lies and bullshit

    A part of being a healthy individual is the ability to forgive those who have harmed or hurt us. He should help his father get sober.

  • Lynne Raines

    Lots of luv to you Bow Wow

  • missunderstood

    n*ggas be real bytches these days! Bow Wow, Al B Jr and all them grown azz muh fuggahs DESPERATELY NEEDED men in their lives, to show them how NOT to behave like females… If you got something to say, MAN UP and f*ckin say it! You don’t send subliminals to your dad on father’s day…. how petty… ugh!

  • Lynne R

    Misunderstood….your comment is very petty and real ignorant!

  • missunderstood

    @Lynne R – that is your opinion, but I stands by mine. If some of these BOYS had MEN in their lives, they wouldn’t be so babyfied and effiminate. It’s a fact. This is not how a man handles an internal family conflict. I can’t help it if you don’t like the way I said it.

  • stfu bossip

    so a sad boy cant speak his mind!?

  • http://bossip Whoa!

    Wow, it’s so sad that so many of us men/women of African descent do not have the pleasure of saying they had not only a father, but an active one in their lives. When I come across the few people I know that have had happy upbringings with both parents, it’s damn near shocking, but mostly enviable.

    Men swicth up real quick, but IMO, most women see the signs about the possible deadbeat dudes and still get pregnant hoping that will seal a commitment, which never works. For the sake of my possible future child, I’m going to do my best (like I’ve been doing) to weed out the lames and make sure the father not only adores that child(ren) but is a responsible and nurturing father as well.

  • T

    yo its some dumb shyt to downplay how important it is for a dad to be a father to their child. how u gone tell dude to man up. he neva had a man in his life to show him how. AND black women need to stop making excuses for the sorry n*ggas. he shouldve put him on blast and like the othe rpost said he shouldve posted his picture….f sorry dads…. i had a good day so no i aint mad at black men. its truly sad and if you cant see it then you have bigger issues

  • Just Sit And Be Pretty

    Question, I thought Bow Wow did well in school, why is he writing like an illiterate? SMDH, that is so not cute. If you know better, do better!!

  • chaka1

    Seriously, who the hell follows Twitter? It’s stupid. I can’t wait for that gimmick to wear out.

  • missunderstood

    @Mrs. Rance – I did have the benefit of both parents (primarliy raised by my dad-refer to Nas post on Friday), and my children are by my husband, so no, I have NO experience w/ deadbet men AT ALL. In my experience, men who have MEN in their lives do not behave in this manner. Their entire pysche is different about how they approach and deal w/ situations. So, in having been raised by, married to, and raising a real man, I feel that when you have one in your life, it makes a difference. I think they both needed dads in their lives, and it’s obvious in their antics. Real men don’t behave that way, IMO, or in my experience.

  • Jade Silver (the countdown has begun)

    Children need their fathers. Men wake up. Stand the f*ck up. I wonder what would happen if we women had the luxury to decide we didn’t want to be responsible.

  • lia

    missunderstood what an appropriate name…..you need to really shut up on this one

    If you havent had a deadbeat dad or your husband isnt one( AND YES “HUSBANDS” CAN BE DEADBEAT DADS TOO)please dont speak ill of someone who has….you have no idea or clue what it feels like, i dont care if your 10, 25 or 50 years old….it still hurts

  • De'Vincent

    If You Are Truly Born of God, YOU DO NOT PRACTICE SIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1John 3:7 Little children, make sure no one deceives you; the one who
    practices righteousness is righteous, just as He is righteous; the one who
    practices sin is of the devil; for the devil has sinned from the beginning.
    The Son of God appeared for this purpose, to destroy the works of the devil.
    No one who is born of God practices sin, because His seed abides in him; and
    he cannot sin, because he is born of God. By this the children of God and
    the children of the devil are obvious: anyone who does not practice
    righteousness is not of God, nor the one who does not love his brother.

    This is something that we don’t hear about often. But it’s in the bible.
    1John talks about us not practicing sin if we are born of God. So, why are
    Christians practicing sin on a daily basis, living in sin, or defending sin
    with “once saved always saved” doctrinal beliefs? Well, it’s because
    perilous times are here! People are wanting what they want! They want to
    fulfill every sinful or fleshly desire they had when they were in the world
    and use God’s grace to protect them. But the underlying factor still
    remains. If you are truly born of God, you do not practice sin. So what are
    all these “new” Christians that practice sin born of? Well, they have a form
    of godliness but deny the power. A homosexual that sits in church, plays the
    organ, directs the choir, preaches in the pulpit, and carries on with his
    homosexual lifestyle is not born of God. How do i know? Because the BIBLE
    told me so. It says that if you are born of God, you do not practice sin!

    So, what’s all the fuss about? People just don’t want to believe the entire
    bible. How can you serve under a homosexual pastor? How can you allow a
    homosexual to lead your worship in church? How can you allow someone that is
    living with their boyfriend or girlfriend to hold a leadership position in your
    church when the bible says that those that do these things are not born of
    God? If you are not born of God, then you are of the devil, right? So then,
    why are we allowing people to practice sin and yet be leaders in our
    churches? Would Jesus allow that? Would Jesus allow a believer that is not
    his kindred to lead his people? NO WAY! So, this form of godliness is not of
    the true God, but it’s of the antichrist. To deny the power of God is
    blasphemy and an unpardonable sin according to Mark 3:28. People hear me. I
    know most churches are not on this page anymore and many of them are on the
    prosperity page, or the motivational page. But this is in the bible. If you
    are truly born again, you do not practice sin. If you are practicing sin,
    you are not born of God and will not inherit the kingdom of heaven. Sure
    we all have gotten off or may get off every now and again. But the beauty
    of it is that true birth in God will cause you to overcome the sin of the world.
    You will not continue in sin if you are truly born of him because to be truly
    born again means that you are not the same and deliverance will come! So,
    i would suggest that you be born again! If you have been born again and you
    are practicing sin, then be born again AGAIN! Do it til you stop practicing
    sin. You should never think you have it made because of eternal security. Be born
    of God and there will be no question of whether or not you are eternally secure.

    Suggested Reading: 1 John 3 in it’s entirety! (The NAS Version)

  • Shorty Mack

    @ Mrs. Rance>>> You sound ignorant as hell. Obviously the two young men who you are referring to didn’t have a choice on whether or not their fathers were a part of their life. This goes for all people who were raised without both of their parents. We can’t choose what family we are born into. You are wrong as hell for blaming the kids… put the blame where it belongs, with the deadbeat dads!!!

  • Shorty Mack

    OOPS!! The above comment was for Misunderstood… Not Mrs. Rance…. My Bad =)

  • Mrs. Rance


    You are the minority in the black community. Ain’t that some mess? How can you be so critical of Bow Wow’s statement? You’re blaming him and his dad at the same time. It’s the father’s fault not the child. Clearly this boy needed his father. He does come off as a very weak man, but someone made him into that person. And that someone are his parents. Mom picked that deadbeat and failed to raise her son properly although I have no doubt she did the best she could. Bow Wow has always worn his insecurities on his sleeve. I just don’t get why you are coming down on him since you are that rare black person who had a loving father.

  • missunderstood


    1st off – I never said it didn’t hurt, just because I said MAN UP! My WHOLE POINT was that OBVIOUSLY he NEEDED a father in his life, otherwise, he would know, as a man, you speak to someone face to face when you have an issue/problem, or just something to get off your chest (hence the term Mono e mono which means MAN to MAN).
    Furthermore, as far as deadbeat husbands, – once again, something I don’t know about.

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