Is Bow Wow suicidal? Social media postings, song titles disturb fans

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Perhaps all of those social media beat-downs have actually taken a serious mental toll on rapper Bow Wow.

Shad Moss has been spending quite of time on Twitter and new album articulating morbid thoughts of killing himself. Social media users are openly wondering and worrying about the Columbus, Ohio, native’s mental state.

The quiestion is: is Bow Wow serious?

Snoop Dogg’s former protege just posted the tracklist to his latest album, Greenlight 6, last week with a macabre collection of mystifying titles.

And then, in the middle of the night, Bow Wow tweeted yet another suicidal post:

Fans of Bow Wow are honestly beginning to get worried about the rapper whose best studio days are probably in his rearview mirror and who has been subjected to merciless mocking for innumerable social fumblings. Some have used Twitter to try to coax the rapper back from the ledge.

Im sorry but i truly dont want to be here no more! https://t.co/aGpte4rCfC

— Bow Wow (@smoss) April 24, 2018

No one from Bow Wow’s inner circle — such as the likes of Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat, Diddy and Snoop Dogg have come out publicly to show they’ve reached out. Moreover, Bow Wow’s album is littered with grim and grisly titles like “Death (I Wanna Die)” and “My Ex Is A Piece Of Sh*t (F*ck You Bitch) Interlude.

Even Bow Wow’s album tracklist for Greenlight 6 seems grisly and reflective of a very despondent man trying to find himself.

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