Dre with his talents that he ended up opening the show - and later appeared on tracks from Snoop's solo record Doggystyle.Bow Wow was also reported to have been in talks to record an album with the label, but due to internal disputes, it never happened.And as if the awkward editing job wasn't embarrassing enough, the 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Shad Moss, deepened the humiliation by adding the caption: 'Where it all started,' suggesting that he had actually been a part of the all-star line-up. Big was on bad boy my bros.' However, despite his claims, the original version of the image - which was taken for a Vibe Magazine cover shoot in 1996 - clearly shows that the young rapper was not included, and that the picture of his face was rather obviously edited into the snap.His tweet immediately caught the attention of rap fans the world over, who were quick to point out that the image had clearly been altered to include the picture of his face, which appears to have been taken when he was a young teen. But this fact didn't appear to mean much to the rapper, who continued to tweet proof of his connection to Death Row Records, determined to prove that - while the image of him with the rappers might not be real - his connection to the label was very much real.
Kim and her 40-year-old third husband - who are parents to daughter North, 4; and son Saint, 2 - are expecting their third child, a girl, via surrogate next month.
Fans can catch more of Bow Wow on the second season of his reality show Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta, which premieres January 11 on WE tv.
Rapper Bow Wow suffered yet another humiliating social media mistake this week after crudely editing himself into a publicity image of iconic rap legends like Tupac Shakur and and Dr.
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It didn't take long for a host of savvy social media users to spot the rather obvious edit that Bow Wow had made to the picture, which was altered to include an image of himself as a child sandwiched in between two of the artists originally featured in the snap, which was taken in the '90s and featured musicians who were signed to popular hip hop label Death Row Records.