Tue, 18 Sep 2012 6:00p.m.
Bow Wow may be in New Zealand for the first time but he may need to brush up on local customs.
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19/09/2012 7:16:07 p.m.
What's the big deal?if he didn't want to watch them then he didn't want to watch them but there's no need to hate on him for that. Because since everyones making this a crazy matter now its official that hes already had a bad start to his stay in NZ. We should actually be happy a star like him is even here . This kinda stuff pisses me off when people wont justshuttfu. Don't be talking about things like this coz then he might have it down as a negative on our country.
19/09/2012 6:17:50 p.m.
OMG, I cannot believe some of you people defending this guy.
I few minutes of his time would not have hurt!!! Yeah! ok you say he probably had 1000s flights ra ra and famous piff. What about Bob Marley or Elvis Presley or the Beatles! they would of had 1000s of flights, concerts and fans cheering them and they had time for our traditional welcoming, that they all had and they loved and inspired them. What makes this the singer different?
19/09/2012 4:09:31 p.m.
American Expat in NZ wrote:
This rapper has probably been on 1000's of flights and this is probably the first where a Traditional Welcome was to be performed. This was probably the longest flight he's been on and the most evasive customs he's ever witnessed. So yeah give him a break. Besides as a rapper he suppose to be a bad ass and dis protocol. As far as his PA's and managers filling him in, they probably didn't know either and were more concerned with keeping him safe and getting him to a mobile store where he instructed them would be his first stop.
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