The rapper/actor made his opinion known with a 44-second video he posted after Mena’s revelation.
Although some may frown upon Moss throwing up the attention-seeking label to Mena, he stated that Mena’s miscarriage happened five months ago. As a result, he said it was in the past and didn’t need to be brought up.
“First and foremost, I feel like telling your personal business on social media, I feel like that’s one of the lamest things you possibly can do,” Bow Wow said. “I feel like it’s attention seeking, especially when it’s news that happened five months ago. It’s not recent, it’s five months ago.”
Moss’ comments come days after Mena went on social media on Thursday (Sept. 17) to reveal that she suffered a miscarriage of her and Moss’ child earlier this year.
In addition to voicing her loss with a poem captioned with a photo, Mena took to Twitter to say she wasn’t ashamed of speaking her mind. “I’m open about it. I’m not the only one,” she wrote. “Speaking my mind has always helped me deal & heal. So I’m NEVER ashamed. Can you say the same?”
You will get through it.? YOU always do. A photo posted by Erica Mena (@iamerica_mena) on