Bow Wow and Kyomi Leslie Holden were recently arrested after a brawl in Atlanta and now the photos have surfaced of the rapper’s injuries.
The entertainer and his girlfriend were both arrested on battery charges on Saturday morning after Police were unable to determine how the alleged fight started and who started it.
While an initial mug shot showed Bow Wow (real name Shad Moss), with a scratched forehead, new photos offer a closer look at the scratch marks plus bite marks on his body.
One of the photos is a close-up of Bow Wow’s face which shows the two prominent red scratch marks on his forehead. There are also a number of minor scratches around his right eye.
Another image showed the rapper lifting up his black hoodie to reveal a rather nasty bite mark on the left side of his torso.
The third and final photo was a close-up of the bite mark, which showed a large circular bruise directly below the bite mark.
Both Bow Wow and Holden, who have been dating on and off for quite some time, were arrested for the altercation, listed as both victims and suspects.
The primary aggressor in the altercation was not determined, largely because they both gave wildly different accounts of what happened.
Bow Wow and Holden, 27, were together at at Super Bowl party last Friday night, where Holden claims Bow Wow had struck her in the head. She claimed that the Like Mike star flew into a fit of jealous rage after he saw her talking with another man. She then claimed that Bow Wow grabbed her by the hair and tried to drag her out of the house from a bedroom.
Bow Wow told a different story, though he did admit that he felt, ‘disrespected’ when he saw her, ‘all over another man’s body’ though things did not get physical then. He claimed that she responded with an obscene gesture after he confronted her at the party.
After Bow Wow gathered her things and placed them outside of the home where the party took place, Holden then became physical. The rapper claimed she scratched his face and then, ‘grabbed a night stand lamp and threw it at him,’ according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.