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Bow Wow Rages At Ex-Girlfriend Kiyomi Leslie Before Their Super Bowl Weekend Brawl

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Feb. 9 2019, Published 3:33 p.m. ET

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A surveillance video released on Saturday, February 9, showed Bow Wow raging at ex-girlfriend Kiyomi Leslie before their violent fight that led to them both being arrested during Super Bowl weekend. Read on for all the details.

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The footage posted showed Bow Wow (real name Shad Moss) cornering Kiyomi (real name Leslie Holden) in an elevator in their apartment complex.

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He also forcefully snatched something from her during the elevator altercation. Two other people were with them when the situation went down.

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This preceded events that led to them both being arrested in the early hours of Saturday, September 2 in Atlanta. He was in the southern city to partake in some of the Super Bowl festivities.

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Officer Jarius Daugherty of the Atlanta Police Department said that an incident between them occurred around 4:15 AM local time.

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Kiyomi claimed that Bow Wow assaulted her. The “Thank You” rapper also advised that she assaulted him.

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Officers were unable to determine the primary aggressor of the altercation so both parties were charged with battery.

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He was released on bond hours later. Kiyomi has since blasted both women and celebrities for criticizing her amid her claims of his domestic violence.

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