Bedazzled bandanas. Throwback jerseys. Jordan heels. Fans of the early aught's R&B and hip-hop musical artists might not get a full show if Bow Wow follows through on his threat to quit the Millennium Tour.
The 34-year-old rapper took to Twitter over the weekend hinting that he might exit the tour citing too much "complaining" behind the scenes.
"Every night they try and complain and take something away from me!" the "Bounce With Me" rapper wrote online following his set at the tour stop in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The tour first ran in 2019, getting us all back into our jersey dresses and spray-painted T-shirts. This year, the tour features Omarion, Ashanti, Pretty Ricky, Ying Yang Twins, Sammie, Lloyd, and Soulja Boy.
"I give 1000% and y'all know it," he continued before adding in a second tweet, "This might be my last show!"
"I've had enough."
The rapper returned to Twitter a few hours later, giving more details into what is going on.
"Here's the truth!" he tweeted, before going in about the 15 minutes on stage he gets each night, which might be the source of the issue at hand.
"I can't even do my full songs. AND I STILL BE BUSTING FOLKS A**!" think the fans don't complain about my set being 15 mins?" the rapper added.
"Only way i show up tonight if i do my full set! Straight up!" he added, before saying he "shoulda rested up and did 2022 with my bro," tagging Chris Brown who's rumored to be going on tour.
The rapper came back to Twitter to announce that he had spoken to Omarion and promised high energy for the Atlanta show. Which it looks like he did, after posting a photo of him hooked up to an IV drip following his performance.