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Bow Wow Says He Put Trey Songz & Chris Brown On The Map, But They Think Otherwise

"They wouldn't even know half these guys that they love today if it wasn't for (Scream) as a platform," Bow Wow during his interview at Hot 97 Thursday (May 11). 

Bow Wow's comments about the careers of peers like Chris Brown and Trey Songz didn't go unnoticed during his interview with Hot 97 with both artists responding on social media.

The soon-to-be star of Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta visited Ebro Darden, Laura Stylez and Peter Rosenberg Thursday morning (May 11) and defended his flexing skills while opening up about his lengthy career. Between his humble brags of selling out Madison Square Garden, the entertainer shared how he help place the biggest acts in R&B on the map. "They wouldn't even know half these guys that they love today if it wasn't for (Scream) as a platform," he said. The Scream Tours of the early 2000s were a series of concerts that catered to lovers of Chris Brown, IMX, B2K, Trey Songz and plenty more with the rapper as the headliner. The later years featured acts like Diggy Simmons, Kid Ink and Pretty Ricky.

"We put Trey Songz on his first tour ever," he said. "I put Omarion on his first tour ever. I put Chris Brown on his first tour ever, which was the Scream tour. Ciara. First tour ever was that."

His comments were seemingly combatted by the hosts, but that didn't stop Bob Wow from going on Instagram Live to repeat them. Word got back to Chris Brown, who advised Mr. Moss to put his phone down and Trey Songz with quite a funny pic.

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Omarion hasn't commented on the matter.

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Snoop Dogg Explains Why He Thanked Himself During 'Walk Of Fame' Speech

Snoop Dogg's Hollywood Walk Of Fame ceremony speech was undeniably Snoop. The Doggfather, who received a coveted star back in November 2018, thanked himself for everything leading up until that point.

"I want to thank me for believing in me, I want to thank me for doing all this hard work," he said during the speech. "I wanna thank me for having no days off. I wanna thank me for never quitting. I wanna thank me for always been a giver and trying to give more than I receive. I want to thank me for trying to do more right than wrong. I want to thank me for just being me at all times.”

When discussing his prolific and lengthy career during a recent appearance on Ellen, he explained to the host exactly why he said what he said.

"The speech was, it was spur of the moment," Snoop candidly stated. "I didn't really have time to come up with nothing, because I felt like the people that was there that were instrumental in my life– I wanted to speak to them."

"And then, I wanted to speak to myself because I felt like I was the one that did most of the work and I was the one that had to go out on the line and do it and make it happen," he continued. "So, I wanted to give myself some credit because– a lot of times– we fail to give ourselves a pat on the back, and I wanted to take that moment to thank myself for doing all the work I did to get to that point."

Can't knock that at all! Check out his explanation above, and his speech below.

Snoop Dogg: "I want to thank me for believing in me, I want to thank me for doing all this hard work... Snoop Dogg you a bad motherf---er" https://t.co/NhwqManzAW pic.twitter.com/TbzBmMexmt

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Lil Nas X Gifts Billy Ray Cyrus A Maserati Because He's An Amazing Person

Prior to the success of "Old Town Road," Lil Nas X was a broke college student with $5.62 in his bank account. Now that the remix of the song, featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, has topped the Billboard Hot 100 for the seventh week in a row, the hot new rapper has money to spend, and spend he does.

It was reported by TMZ that the 20-year-old crooner gifted his collaborator the red Maserati GranTurismo that appears in the music video of their song. With the help of food delivery service Postmates, Nas X had the car delivered to Cyrus' Los Angeles home. He rolled up to Cyrus' offering up the sports car to show his appreciation for the country singer hopping on his song.

"It's yours! 'Old Town Road' number 1 — seven weeks straight," Nas X announced to Cyrus, while decked out in tan cowboy boots and a matte black cowboy hat. In the video obtained by TMZ, Cyrus is visibly shocked by his new gift. "Wait a minute there's no way! 7 weeks! Wow man! That's.... Are you kidding me?! Are you serious man?"

 

After he got over his initial shock, Cyrus and Nas X took a spin in his new whip. Whether the two took a trip down the 'old town road,' or rode "down Rodeo," at least one thing is certain, they're one of the hottest co-collaborators out right now, and can't nobody tell 'em nothing...not even those protesting Wrangler for teaming up with the rapper.

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Romeo Santos Makes History As The First Latino Performer To Headline MetLife Concert

Romeo Santos is making history and his fans have the most to gain from it.

On September 21, Santos will perform at MetLife Stadium making him the first Latin artist to do so. The venue holds up to 80,00 seats, which is more than enough for Santos' fans who will go see the singer perform his recent number one album, Utopia.

The one-day event will be called, UTOPIA the Concert, and Santos, the King of Bachata has already taken to his social media to express his appreciation on being chosen to make history at the stadium.

"I've never performed in such a prestigious venue, not even when I was a part of Aventura or in my solo career," the 37-year-old said in a video posted to his Instagram account about his upcoming concert. The "Odio" singer shouldn't face too much of a challenge in filling up the MetLife stadium seats.

In 2014 he sold out two Yankee Stadium shows, the stadium holds over 50,000 people; during his Golden Tour he sold out New York's Madison Square Garden three times. His draw power is undeniably huge, so tickets may be hard to come by once they go on sale.

 

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Fans can expect Santos to perform hits from his Utopia album, which includes records with fellow Dominican singers Frank Reyes, Anthony Santos, Monchy & Alexandria, and his former group Aventura.

Ticket information is not yet available but is to be expected soon.

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