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We did not see this coming… mostly because we had no idea he was still in the game!
This weekend, Bow Wow announced he would be retiring from rap in a string of tweets — but not before dropping one last album!
Early Sunday morning, the 29-year-old reminded fans he always wanted to "retire from music before 30," declaring he was satisfied with his career earnings of a cool "20 million off rap."
And though Bow Wow (AKA Shad Moss) will shortly be setting off on new adventures, the Puppy Love rapper — who began his career at 13 years old — revealed that his final album NYLTH will be exec produced by Snoop Dogg.
We can't wait to see what's in store for the rapper, though having starred in films like All About the Benjamins, Like Mike, and Lottery Ticket, we're hoping to see more Moss on the screen!
Ch-ch-check out the performer's announcement (below)!
Get ready for a lot of stars to shine this week at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia!
Lovato is planning on performing at the DNC, and word has it that Lady GaGa, Lenny Kravitz, and DJ Jazzy Jeff are going to be holding a free concert across the river in Camden, New Jersey for convention attendees.
On opening night, singer Janelle Monáe is scheduled to do some type of performance, too, and word has it that
This is quite the throwback!
Dang! Nearly two decades later and these two are still going strong!
The rapper captioned their prom pic, writing:
"19. Years today @bosslady_ent Happy anniversary been a1 from day 1 💝💕🌹🌟🌟🙏🏾 thanks for my kids 💫💝💕🕊🕊"
Aww! So sweet!
The 44-year-old continued to gush about his wife even more, also posting a collage to celebrate their relationship:
Just because you can rap doesn't mean you can throw!
On Wednesday night, Snoop Dogg was honored by the San Diego Padres when he was asked to throw out the first pitch at their game against the Atlanta Braves.
Unfortunately, the 44-year-old ended up throwing one of THE WORST opening pitches we've seen since 50 Cent's HIGHlariously awful attempt that landed him the #1 play on ESPN's Not Top 10 list for 15 weeks!
Ch-ch-check out Snoop's AWFUL first pitch that FOX Sports took to Twitter to share (below) and let us know if you think you could do better!