Rapper Bow Wow wants fans to stop blaming him for hurting R&B singer Ciara when they dated in the early 2000s. The power couple was madly in love and at the peak of their solo careers when they collaborated on Bow’s 2005 single “Like You.”
Bow Wow and Ciara split in 2006 after rumors of his being unfaithful. But as of Tuesday, Nov. 9, fans on Twitter are still horrified at how their dating histories intersect.
One person tweeted, “Ciara actually dated 50 Cent and Future,” while another added, “Bow Wow too…that woman went through hell.”
Ciara Dated Her “Can’t Leave Em Alone” Colleague 50 cents between 2007 and 2012. The following year, she began dating rapper Future. The couple got engaged, welcomed their son Future Zahir in 2014 and split in 2016. Still, a detailed prayer led Ciara to her husband of five years: Seattle Seahawks quarterback, Russell Wilson, who shares a son and daughter.
Meanwhile, fans came around Bow’s neck last month after disposing of a 1-year-old, who turned out to be his biological son, as previously reported. He also shares a 10-year-old daughter with his ex, Joie Chavis, who shares a 2-year-old son with Ciara’s ex Future.
Despite being on the Millennium Tour with Omarion and others, Bow took time to respond to fans’ comments about his past relationship with Ciara, writing, “17 years ago…I’m still getting the blame. This is wild.”
In another tweet, Bow Wow blamed Walker’s Summer last album, “Still Over It”, for all the hate he got from female followers online.
“This summer album got women to blame me for things. I am what the hell I do?” Bow tweeted. ‘I don’t even cheat on women. I’m not a dog, I promise.”
Hours earlier, fans tore the rapper to shreds over Walker’s song, “Ciara’s Prayer,” which was recorded by the “Goodies” singer herself.
‘Ciara’s Prayer’ is beautiful and heartfelt. If you compare Russell to her exes like 50 Cent, Future, Bow Wow, there is a huge difference,” one person tweeted. “Sis said she was ready to accept better and she did. She said she wanted someone who was intentional, and that’s what she got. #StillOverIt.”
In response, another person wrote: “She went… [through] her bad boy phase then found a good man. Her story is the woman’s dream, but not everyone will see it. No bullshit just the truth. Bow wow was just her arrogant pretty boy moment.”