Originally introduced to the world as 'Lil' Bow Wow,' this dog has grown from a pup into an actor, rapper, producer and philanthropist. In 2006 he starred as Twinkie in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Dift, and in 2007 he released his seventh...... Read Full Episode Summary »
MTV Cribs get's a V.I.P. pass into the ultra-glamorous homes of Bow Wow, Don Omar, and Rudi Johnson.
If your jonesing for more Cribs, don't worry we have three bonus clips featuring Bow Wow, Don Omar, and Rudi Johnson.
Originally introduced to the world as 'Lil' Bow Wow,' this dog has grown from a pup into an actor, rapper, producer and philanthropist. In 2006 he starred as Twinkie in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Dift, and in 2007 he released his seventh album in seven years entitled Face Off . He has been active in ALDO's support of the YouthAIDS initiative to raise awareness about the Aids virus, and he's accomplished all of this before the age of 21.
Bow Wow is no stranger to MTV Cribs, he's appeared on Cribs before when his home in Atlanta was featured. This time, Cribs is going to take a look inside of Bow Wow's 4000 square foot penthouse condo located in Miami, Florida. Bow Wow kicks off his tour in the dining room that he says he doesn't spend too much time in. From there he moves over to the living room where he reveals his Crib's one drawback: no wireless internet. As he moves out to the balcony a view that overlooks all of downtown Miami is revealed. Back in the house Bow Wow has moved into the bathroom, where he proudly shows off a Jacuzzi tub and a shower so big, he swears from personal experience, that you can fit about seven to eight people inside. Next on the tour is the spot Bow Wow loves the most, the kitchen. When he opens the fridge he admits it's not stocked up as much as he would like, however his face lights up when he finds a large container of Hawaiian Punch. Bow Wow's tour is put on hold when he gets to the bedroom and his mom calls his phone. After he politely tells her he'll call her back he presents the most important thing he owns: a gold pendant with blue, green and white diamonds encrusted. Bow Wow takes the elevator downstairs to show off his collection of cars. First on the list is a Bentley that is so new it still has the plastic from the manufacturer on it. Bow Wow's favorite car is his Orange and Black Lambo with scissor doors that he has appropriately nick-named Halloween.
Don Omar is one of the best known reggaeton artists in Latin America. Over the past several years he has released several albums, been nominated and won several awards including the award Best Reggaeton Album at the Latin Billboard Music Awards, and the MTV Tr3s Viewers Choice Award at the MTV Latin Video Music Awards. In 2004 he founded The Treasures Kids Fund, a non-for-profit in which proceeds from his second tennis shoe will be donated to.
We head over to New Jersey to meet up with Don Omar at his 6,600 square foot home. He pulls up in his white Bentley convertible, complete with full leather interiors. From the Bentley Don moves on to his Mercedes Benz, that he says he uses mostly for business. Don finishes up his car tour with his Cadillac Escalade, a car that he says is the most fun to drive. Don leads us up the front walkway and into the first room of his house: the grand room. The grand room is filled with leather couches and a little bar in the back, incase guests want to make cocktails. Next stop is the kitchen where Don says he and his family spend a lot of his time together. It is apparent that he is telling the truth when he reveals the inside of the fridge that is stuffed with enough food to feed an army. After the Kitchen Don heads up stairs to show-off some of the bling in the closet where he keeps most of his clothing. Don lists off the various pieces he has collected over time all of which go for hundreds of thousands of dollars or more. All the way down in the basement Don unveils the personal barber shop he's created complete with barber's chair that was made in the year 1895. From New Jersey, we travel south, all the way down to Puerto Rico where Don keeps his vacation home. Don takes us into his office where he shows off all of his awards, and where he makes important decisions about his career. Upstairs Don walks us through his second bedroom complete with a hand made bed from Bora Bora, and a balcony that overlooks his country.
Rudi Johnson is considered one of the NFL's better running backs. After signing a contract with the Cincinnati Bengals, Johnson was eventually signed on to the AFC Pro Bowl squad. In 2004 he was responsible for helping the Bengals finish a winning season for the first time since 1990.
Most Cincinnati fans probably aren't used to seeing Rudi off the field, but they definitely will be impressed when they get a load of his 4 bedroom, 7 bathroom, 7,500 square-foot Crib. Rudi starts off his tour in the foyer where he highlights a waterfall that he says helps him bring peace to his mind, body, and soul. From there Rudi moves onto the living room that's fully loaded with a fireplace and stocked heavily with Cristal. Next stop is the kitchen, and since Rudi doesn't cook, he's brought in a personal chef to make all of his meals for him. When he opens the fridge we find it is packed with so much Vitamin Water that you could not even put another bottle in if you tried. From there Johnson moves over to a TV area that is centered around a gigantic 60-inch high-def plasma TV that is attached to the wall. The room is also heavily decorated with multiple fish tanks. The tour continues when Rudi brings us to his bedroom, that has frosted glass doors with his initials in the glass. In the basement Rudie has a special surprise waiting: Clup Ru-J 32. Ru-J 32 is a fully stocked bar with multiple plasma TVs, bar-top touch screen video games, and a full sized pool table. Rudi has definitely saved the best for last when he brings out his collection of cars. He starts off with his Range Rover Supercharged Sport, which is so exclusive he swears it is the only one in America. Next up is the Bently that, just like everything else in Rudi's crib, he has spared no expense on. He reveals that both of the back seats have tray tables built into them like on an airplane, just in case he gets thirsty on the way home from a game.