Bow Wow Hints He Secretly Welcomed A Son With New Song ‘D.W.M.O.D.’: ‘I See The Resemblance’ — Listen

Bow Wow Hints He Secretly Welcomed A Son With New Song ‘D.W.M.O.D.’: ‘I See The Resemblance’ — Listen


Bow Wow raps about a baby boy in his new song, ‘D.W.M.O.D.’ and his not-so cryptic lyrics have fans thinking that he’s admitting to having a secret son.

Shortly after Instagram model Olivia Sky claimed that she had a baby with Bow Wow, the 33-year-old rapper has seemingly to the allegation with a new song. Bow Wow (real name Shad Moss) dropped a snippet of his new track, “D.W.M.O.D. (Dealing With My Own Demons)” on Instagram, which heavily implies that he did, in fact, father a son. The lyrics begin with him saying his nine-year-old daughter, Shai Moss, asked him about having a “brother.”

Bow Wow raps: “Shai asking about a brother, I don’t know what to say / That’s gonna be one of them talks we have face to face / I’m looking in his eyes, I’m trying to see me in ‘em / I’m peeping on the swag and see the resemblance / Seen the boy three times, why would I lie? / Baby mom brings him through so we can spend some time / And if he’s mine, I’m stepping up / Kobe set that example, you know I send my blessings up / I told you dealing with me was going to be hard to do (facts).”

Bow Wow
Bow Wow (SplashNews)

The clip ends there. The Growing Up Hip Hop star doesn’t definitively confirm that he had a baby, nor does he mention Olivia — at least in the snippet. He captioned the post, however, “D.W.M.O.D (Dealing With My Own Demons) I’m finally letting you guys in. Don’t do interviews really but I put my life in my music. The answers are there if you LISTEN carefully.” He used innumerable crying and nose-blowing emojis, as well.

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