Bow Wow Reacts To Winning “Lottery Ticket”, “We Beat The Odds”

Bow Wow Reacts To Winning “Lottery Ticket”, “We Beat The Odds”

Rapper Bow Wow has shared his reaction to this past weekend’s debut of his new movie, Lottery Ticket, and the film taking in over $11 million.

Writing via Twitter, Bow Wow thanked his supporters for going out to see the flick.

“Thanks to all the fans for making “Lottery Ticket” a success at the box office. Work does not stop here! Lottery Ticket in theaters now.,” Bow Wow tweeted Monday (August 23) morning.

“Back on set tomorrow. It’s a brand new week, time to get it. Thanks for the love on lottery ticket yall we had the best per-screen average.”

“I didn’t, but WE made”Lottery Ticket” a box office success this weekend. We beat the odds. For that i say thanks, im humbled and blessed.” (Bow Wow’s Twitter)

Prior to Bow Wow’s tweets, the film’s co-star Ice Cube got into the fun by tellings fans to go out and see the film.

“Check me out in Lottery Ticket this weekend. I look about 70. Funny as sh*t #lotteryticket RT,” he tweeted last week.

“i just won the f*ckin Lottery! and i just seen the movie again! you should too…in theaters today!#lotteryticket RT.” (Ice Cube’s Twitter)

The movie received heavy competition over the weekend from action thriller The Expendables.

Lionsgate’s “The Expendables” remained No. 1 for a second straight weekend with $16.5 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. Directed by and starring Sylvester Stallone, the action romp about mercenaries aiming to overthrow a dictator raised its total to $64.9 million. “Vampires Suck” was in a photo finish for the No. 2 spot with another holdover, Julia Roberts‘ drama “Eat Pray Love.” The Sony film about a divorced woman traveling the world in search of fulfillment pulled in $12 million to lift its total to $47.1 million. (Associated Press)

Despite its competition, Lottery Ticket still managed to land within the Top 5.

“Lottery Ticket,” the Alcon Entertainment and Warner Bros. comedy about the perils of winning a huge jackpot starring rapper Bow Wow, came in fourth with $11.1 million. “The Other Guys,” Sony’s police comedy starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, was fifth in its third weekend of release, grossing $10.1 million. (Los Angeles Times)

Check out footage from the film down below:

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