Cash Money Records’ Bow Wow has denied any involvement in a recent assault on hip-hop groupie Kat Stacks.
According to Bow Wow, he would never be violent toward a woman.
“Of course I had no involvement with it,” he promised in an interview. “It’s so far fetched for me. Come on, man, everybody knows I make records for girls…I’m not an evil person. I don’t condone violence. That’s just the type of person I am. I just feel like, if anything, positivity is always the way out. So I think that maybe if she humbles herself a lil more and be positive and go about things differently, then hopefully she’ll be alright…but that’s not my style. I don’t put hits on people, I’m in the music business…if I wanted to fight, I’d be in the MMA.” (XXL Mag)
Writing via Twitter, Fabolous recently played down the rumors and questioned Stacks’ credibility after being accused last week.
“It’s sad y’all believe anything y’all hear & see on the internet.. Especially from someone as credible as Kat Stacks *Smh*”
“Why would I SEND a DUDE to smack a GIRL?? But I know who sent someone to smack her… KARMA!! #RealSh*t.” (Fabolous’ Twitter)
Last Friday (May 28), Stacks accused Fab and Bow Wow of having associates physically abuse her.
“yes its true @myfabolous life sent people today to smack me up at the bar & they stole my phone & recorded it. i dare yall to blast it.”
“got my a** wooped? it was 2 n*ggas yelling @myfabolouslife & @bowwow name … im a female u got 2 n*ggas to hit me LOL lame.” (Kat Stacks’ Twitter)
Fab recently denied being romantically linked to Stacks.
“I’ve never met Kat Stacks,” Fab promised in an interview with Tim Westwood. “I’m a hundred percent sure. [laughs] Let me tell you how I ‘almost’ met Kat Stacks. We were doing a video, ‘Body Ya,’ we were doing a video and we had girls from Twitter and the Internet or whatever, sending pictures to be a part of the video. And Kat Stacks was one of the girls who sent a picture in. Unfortunately, she didn’t get chosen for the video. I think it was the bangs, the bangs weren’t working, they were too low and we wouldn’t have been able to see her — this was before she was so key, because it was right before she went and did the Internet thing.” (Tim Westwood TV)
Footage from the attack has been released: