Believe it or not, there's a method to Bow Wow's madness—or at least, that's what he says when explaining the jet photo incident on Hot 97's Ebro in the Morning earlier today (May 11). A couple of days ago, the rapper was dragged on the internet for appearing to be caught pretending to take a private jet, which sparked the Bow Wow Challenge.

"Off top, I love it, because people don't understand the scientific method to my madness," a confident Bow Wow reveals during the episode. "Number one, I'm about to have the biggest show on WE TV period. Period. I'm saying that right now. gotta just watch the show."

Bow Wow goes on to say he's not stressing the jet plane incident because he and people in his groupchat, which includes Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg, roast each other all day. He also points toward the nature of the entertainment news cycle meaning anything surrounding him—unless it's a monumental screw-up—will blow over soon. He's probably right about that one.

What's unclear about Bow Wow's comment is how, exactly, the private jet fiasco will play into his show, but he appears to lightly imply it was a part of the master plan for the new TV series. For his part, Peter Rosenberg believes Bow Wow was flat out trolling the entire way through.

"I believe he was trolling for this to happen. Maybe it'll be in the show," Rosenberg explains. "I know for a fact Bow Wow is too smart to have been thought he could get away with that."

Ebro wasn't necessarily all that believing of Bow Wow's claim, pointing out a time the rapper and former TV host allegedly posted money that wasn't his on Instagram.

Other interesting tidbits from the interview include his group chat with Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg (3:53) (they roast each other all day, apparently), his relationship with Soulja Boy (11:00) producers wanting Danielle "Cash Me Ousside" Bregoli to appear on Bow Wow's planned Netflix series (5:40) and his never backing down from his infamous Melania Trump comments (9:10).

You can peep the interview for yourself below and check out the many other times the internet has roasted Bow Wow here.

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