Bow Wow issues Thanksgiving PSA to amateur photographers

Bow Wow has issued a warning as families across the United States gather to celebrate Thanksgiving and share some of their family moments on social media.

In a since-deleted Instagram story, Bow Wow made a strongly worded request to those aspiring to be holiday food photographers.

“PLEASE NO F’D up plate pics this year,” he wrote. “I think people screw up the food on purpose to be a meme. Tired of seeing burnt turkeys and a FUCKED MAC AND EVERYTHING ELSE [crying laughing emoji].”

A few fans inside The shadow room‘s Instagram comments section of the repost of Bow Wow’s PSA echoed his sentiment, with more than one person suggesting people bypass the plate photos altogether.

“How about no plate period?… We all eat the same dayum stuff,” read one comment with over 1,200 likes.

However, others took the opportunity to poke fun at Bow Wow and his statement. “The people who don’t cook haven’t always had the most say,” one IG user replied, while another commented: “He looks like he’s been eating a lot of plates lately.”

More than one person found Bow Wow’s suggestion that people intentionally waste food because they like to be “outrageous.”

“Anyone who intentionally cheats food must be rich because groceries are in the price range of mortgages than in life,” one person wrote. “I almost fainted when I saw $6 for a dozen eggs the other day.”

Another IG commenter said: “Burning food for a meme is outrageous [crying emoji] especially on Thanksgiving.”

Bow Wow Tries Oysters For The First Time: ‘This Was Torture’

The internet hasn’t been the nicest place for Bow Wow lately. Most recently he was in one war of words with AEW diva Jade Cargill, who started with him firing his shot.

The conversation escalated when the professional wrestler rebuffed his advances by taking a shot at Bow Wow’s bank account. And while many thought the exchange had been funny, things took a turn in real life when Jade Cargill confronted Bow Wow personal backstage at the Millenium Tour stop in Miami.

The face-to-face exchange eventually found its way online and drew plenty of comments from fans, including some who thought the whole situation was staged.

“He’s about to sign a deal with AEW. Bow Wow loves to wrestle, it’s setting up a story,” one fan wrote, while another added: “You guys don’t recognize the promo when you see it? I really can’t endure this planet.”

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