In a recent social media post, Shad “Bow Wow” Moss has refuted claims of scamming a 10-year-old girl and clarifies that he did not receive any payment via Cash App for a verse on the song “Daddy’s Girl.”
The accusations were made by Steven Roberson, who alleged to have paid Bow Wow $3000 for the feature but never received it, leading to a lawsuit with damages amounting to $15,000.00.
The 36-year-old rapper/actor responded to the pending legal situation, stating that he is a victim of stolen identity in this case. Bow Wow firmly asserts that he does not conduct business transactions through apps like Cash App and urges people to be cautious when sending money online. He suggests reaching out to his management and using wire transfers for official transactions.
“D pimpin done got yall again huh? i dont conduct business on apps. I do NOT use or have cash app. So if you aint call management and send a wire .. you def was NOT dealing w me. Be careful who yall send yalls money to online. This happens everyday to folks. This the 3rd time somebody acting like me catfishing people.”
Bow Wow’s career as a child rapper was remarkable, with his debut album “Beware of Dog” in 2000 receiving a 2x-Platinum certification from the RIAA. He also had success with the Gold-certified collaborative project “Face Off” alongside R&B singer Omarion.
It is crucial to be vigilant while making online payments, as Bow Wow highlights the prevalence of impersonation cases. He encourages his fans and followers to double-check the authenticity of transactions before proceeding.