Now, Cash Money is losing another artist, Bow Wow. He made the announcement via a video on Facebook.
“Let me just say this first. The media will take this and spin it around and headlines will say ‘Bow Wow Goes at Cash Money.’ This is something totally different. I have so much respect for Birdman, a lot of respect.”
“This is a man who took the risk on signing me. Not only that, but a person who opened up his spot for me. We had so many ill conversations that I’ve learned from and I take that to heart.”
“I’ve never had any of the issues any of the other artists are having. This is not one of those situations. This is a peaceful situation.”
“What this is, me looking at myself in the mirror and asking myself, ‘what is it that you want out of your career, what is it that you want to do?’ I have so much music that needs to be heard and wants to be heard by my fans. I feel like this is unfair.”
I’ve been quiet for four years, because when I was going to say something, I wanted to make sure it was said correctly.”
“What that being said I just felt like I had to part ways. I want to dictate when my music comes out.”
“I’ve been in this business since I was 5 years old, I feel like by now I should know what it takes to succeed, I don’t need a crutch anymore.”
In other Bow Wow news, the “Let Me Love You” rapper has also confirmed via Twitter that he is back to working with Jermaine Dupri and Snoop Dog.
— Shad Moss(Bow Wow) (@smoss) May 8, 2015
See Bow Wow’s full video here.