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Damn, Bow Wow’s Girl Really Fucked Him Up!

After an awful fight broke out between Shad Moss and his girlfriend, Leslie Holden, more pictures of the injuries have surfaced.

Shad Moss, professionally known as Bow Wow, shared some exclusive pictures with TMZ of what his wounds are looking like after the altercation.

In the pictures, you can closely see the scratch marks left by Holden. There’s also a few deeper scratches and a bite mark that Bow Wow flashes on the side of his ribs.

The incident happened on Saturday, during Super Bowl LIII weekend. He and Holden had allegedly got into an argument that turned physical. Holden claims she was attacked by Bow, locked in an apartment bedroom, and that her phone was confiscated. However, somehow, she managed to call the police and report the situation. One witness claims to have heard BW even make verbal threats against Holden.

The person says they heard a man’s voice say that he’ll “Slap the f**k out of this bitch.”

When police arrived at the scene, both Moss and Holden saw an arrest.

The only difference though, Holden walks away with little to no physical injuries.

Thoughts? Do you believe Bow Wow was the aggressor? Let us know how you feel below.

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