US rap musician Bow Wow says he wants to join WWE as a wrestler

US rap musician Bow Wow says he wants to join WWE as a wrestler

- Bow Wow made the announcement on Facebook, noting a career in wrestling has been his lifelong dream

- The rapper said this may come after releasing his last album then he would now focus on TV and film

- There were some WWE stars who welcomed him to the sport while some started early beefs, seemingly getting ready for his arrival

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Rapper and TV host Bow Wow is looking at a career in WWE wrestling which he says has been his "life long childhood dream".

Rapper Bow Wow says he wants to join WWE as a wrestler
Bow Wow is ready to switch careers after his last album Photo: shadmoss
Source: Instagram

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The 31-year-old shared tweet on Monday, February 8, confirming that he will be dropping his last album before focusing on other stuff, which includes the WWE.

Voicing his desire to be a wrestler, Bow Wow also said that the news might appear a bit crazy but he was ready for the next chapter.

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He wrote:

"Now I know this might sound crazy... but after I drop my last album, I will focus on tv and film. And joining the @WWE. It's been a lifelong childhood dream to wrestle in the WWE."

In a follow-up tweet, the former 106 & Park TV host said he wanted to be in a tag team with the mask man Rey Mysterio and their tag team would be ready for any other duo.

His announcement led to a heated exchange with some WWE superstars ready to kick his a** in the ring while some were all about love as they welcomed him to the franchise.

In other celebrity news, reported that Nigerian singer Wizkid talked about his art and inspiration for making music.

The multiple-award-winning act stated that he makes music just to enjoy life and not appeal to a particular type of audience.

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He said:

"Whoever listens to my music listens to my music, whoever comes to my show comes to my show. I just keep it easy and simple. There is no goal as to who I’m trying to let listen my music. I’m just really enjoying life."

Source: Legit

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