Blueface’s Attempted Murder Shooting Stemmed From Bad Joke

Blueface’s Attempted Murder Shooting Stemmed From Bad Joke

Las Vegas, N.V. –

Blueface is currently caught up in an attempted murder case that reportedly stemmed from bad joke at a strip club.

According to legal documents obtained by TMZBlueface was at the Euphoric Gentlemen’s Club in Las Vegas on October 8 when his alleged shooting victim apparently made a joke about the rapper talking with “some females in a cheap vehicle.”

After the joke didn’t go down well, members of Blueface’s crew allegedly hit the man “multiple times.” When he tried to leave in his truck, Blueface allegedly fired shots at the man’s vehicle as he fled the scene.

Police say multiple bullet marks were left on the truck, while the man suffered a “bullet graze wound” on his left hand.

Blueface (real name Jonathan Porter) was arrested for attempted murder on Tuesday (November 15) outside the Lo-Lo’s Chicken & Waffles restaurant in Las Vegas. A warrant was issued for felony attempted murder with the use of a deadly firearm or tear gas stemming from the October 8 incident.

He’s also facing an additional charge of discharging a gun into a house, building, vehicle or craft.

The Los Angeles rapper’s girlfriend, Chrisean Rock, reacted to his arrest on his Instagram Stories shortly after he was handcuffed, voicing her support for him.

“Everybody that keeps saying it’s a sign to leave — what the fuck is you talking about?” she said. “Stop playing. N-ggas never left me when I went in. I’m going to court tomorrow and that’s all that matters. He coming home, I don’t know what y’all talking about. But tune in on our documentary, our TV show on the Zeus network, we outside.”

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She added: “Don’t be surprised when I get another chain with his face, another tat on my face. What? What’s up? I’m riding, I’m sliding. Fuck is you talking about?”

Blueface was booked into Clark County Detention Center before appearing in court on Wednesday (November 16). He was then released from police custody on Thursday (November 17) on a $50,000 bail.

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