Bow Wow Speaks on ‘Lottery Ticket’ Sequel, Calls Out Co-Star

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Lottery Ticket Sequel

Since the highly-successful release of the 2010 comedy, Lottery Ticket, which starred Bow Wow and Brandon T. Jackson, fans have been wishing and waiting for a part two.

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However, during a recent Twitter Q&A, when asked about the chances of a follow-up to the film, Bow Wow had something to say regarding his co-star, Jackson.

“Brandon T. Jackson just got weird overnight,” the rapper-actor wrote. “Def can’t be the same people.”

He then went into explaining how Jackson’s latest interviews haven’t sat right with him and that his current spiritual journey has made it difficult for others to work with him.

However, although the two’s friendship off-camera never went anywhere, he did make it clear that he wouldn’t have a problem teaming up with the fellow actor again.

See the tweets about a Lottery Ticket 2 below.

Lottery Ticket

Lottery Ticket


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