Blueface Concert Ends in Huge Brawl: Video
A recent Blueface show ended early after mass chaos broke out.
On Monday night (Oct. 28), the 2019 XXL Freshman was in the middle of performing his song "Shotta Flow" at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, Calif. when a fight broke out, according to a new report from TMZ. The crowd started pushing and shoving as the fight continued and apparently, Blueface himself wanted to get in on the action.
Video shows the rapper stopping his set mid-song to hop off the stage and head toward the source of the fight. His security was not having it, though, and quickly swooped him up to take him away. Of course, the fight continued on and eventually the show was shut down early. There have been no reports yet of any arrests or injuries.
In recent Blueface news, the California native dropped his first official project of 2019, Dirt Bag, back in August. The EP was released through Cash Money Records and features Offset, Rich The Kid, Lil Pump and The Game. During his promotional run for the project, Blueface stopped by Big Boy's Neighborhood on Los Angeles radio station Real 92.3 and revealed that he'd bedded around 1,000 women in the first six months of 2019.
"It’s like sometimes it might be a threesome, a foursome...I done had a fivesome," Blue told Big Boy. "[It was] me and four girls. It was pretty hard."
More recently, Blueface declared 6ix9ine persona non grata in Los Angeles, telling TMZ that the incarcerated rapper gets no passes in the hood even if he may be getting out of jail with a new record deal.
"He don't get no passes man," Blueface said. "We don't do no snitching out here. He don't get no pass. These white people don't care man. They wanna make they money. They don't give a damn if you snitching. They don't live by that. So for the labels, it's cool for them that's more publicity for them."
6ix9ine is expected to be released by 2020.
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