It looks like a Bow Wow and Romeo Miller documentary may no longer be in the works. On Nov. 10, Bow Wow took to Twitter to speak with some of his fans and revealed that he and Romeo have not even begun the process of making the film.
One commenter asked the “Roll Bounce” actor about the documentary that he was supposed to be working on with his childhood nemesis Romeo.
Updating the tweeter on the status of the film, he replied, “He REACHED OUT. Nothing signed. No deals made. A dm convo bout it. But i wish him the best. Hes smart and he knows what he tryna do in life. I can never hate on the next brotha. Thats real.”
Several months ago, after many fans suggested the two should battle on Verzuz, the duo decided that they would make a film together instead. On Aug. 10, Romeo announced on Instagram that he and Bow Wow would be working on a documentary detailing their historic childhood careers.
He wrote, “For the culture, instead of a versuz I already hit Bow Wow to do a documentary, side by side reminiscing on our historic young careers together,” Romeo captioned a post. “Stay tuned and this is how we celebrate each other. God is real.”
He has since edited that part of his caption to now say, “Doc coming soon! God is real.”
Earlier in the year, Bow Wow was trending on Twitter for adamantly refusing to do a Verzuz battle. Fans suggested that it would be appropriate for him to battle other artists like Fabulous, Soulja Boy or Romeo.
Despite his constant refusal, Bow Wow was asked yet again by another fan about why he did not want to participate.
He responded, “Because its hard to put me with someone. I been in my own lane since 13. Nobody has done what ive done. Young rappers like me come every 20 yrs. so .. it will never happen.”
The documentary and his feelings regarding the Verzuz battle aren’t the only things Bow Wow talked about on Twitter with his fans. He also revealed that he wasn’t interested in dating right now or being a part of a possible sequel to the 2004 movie “Johnson’s Family Vacation,” in which he starred.