Blueface punches fan after winning Kane Trujillo bout, trolls say ‘s**t was staged’

While Blueface easily managed to win over Trujillo, it was a heated fan fight that made all the headlines

                            Blueface punches fan after winning Kane Trujillo bout, trolls say ‘s**t was staged’
Blueface got into a brawl with an individual minutes after he won his bout (Maury Phillips/Getty Images)

Celebrity boxing matches are the new fad in town where we recently saw boxers like Logan Paul, Floyd Mayweather, Aaron Carter, and Lamar Odom among others milking an impressive amount of money. The latest celebrity match took place between rapper Blueface and TikTok star Kane Trujillo at the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship event on Friday, July 23.

While Blueface easily managed to win over Trujillo, who is better known as Neumane, it was a fan fight that made all the headlines. The rapper got into a brawl with an individual minutes after he won his bout. Several videos made their way to Twitter where we could see the ‘Thotiana’ hitmaker throwing a series of punches at his fan. Before anyone could think what happened, chaos ensued inside the boxing ring. Blueface was soon trending on Twitter as social media users trolled him mercilessly for the act.

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Rapper Blueface performs during Spotify's RapCaviar Live at Varsity Theater on April 5, 2019, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images for Spotify)

Blueface gets into a brawl with a fan

As soon as the battle of influencers got over, Blueface got surrounded by people to congratulate him on his win. While the 24-year-old hip-hop artist was busy with his folks, his celebration was cut short when an unknown individual from the crowd jumped into the ring. It is rumored that the person apparently said something to the rapper when all of a sudden we could see Blueface throwing series of punches. Before things could escalate, security intervened between the two. The fan was then dragged out of the ring. Several videos of Blueface swinging at his fan quickly went viral on Twitter.

Speaking about his latest face-off against Trujillo, Blueface earlier acknowledged his lack of boxing credentials to TMZ and said, “I never boxed. I'm a gang member, so I just fight a lot... I've only been eating grilled and baked stuff lately. Yeah, I'm on a diet and everything. I ain't been smoking, drinking, nothing.” He added, “I don't know if you guys saw but me and YK Osiris (Blueface's rapper friend) were actually boxing in the backyard for fun, kicks, and giggles, and that's really how all of this celebrity boxing came about, in my opinion.”

Blueface attends the 2019 BET Awards on June 23, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)


‘Blueface paid that fan to punch him, s**t was staged’

While the majority of the fans were not even aware of the latest showdown between Blueface and Kane Trujillo, they did rush to Twitter as soon as they got to know about the former’s brawl with a fan. Speaking on the same lines, one user stated, “Ayo, Blueface fought a fan after his fight? That fan is down bad.” Another said, “Haha man gave him the 2 piece deal and the commentary was priceless.” Another user shared, “Wait did that kid even swing on blueface ? Cause I heard the announcer say he did but you can’t see it in the video.”
The next one shared an anime meme and tweeted, “Blueface eating a Senzu Bean after his fight to beat up a fan” while, one asserted, “A fan seemed to say some s**t to blueface this s**t was wild.” Meanwhile, one person claimed, “Blueface paid that fan to punch him. S**t was staged.” Another user said, “LMFAO Blueface really out here whooping fans like he in the Malice in the Palace.” And, the next one concluded, “Blueface beating up a fan that ran up in the ring takes funniest things of the day.”

Blueface attends Wealth Garden Entertainment Juneteenth Pool Party on June 19, 2021, in Calabasas, California. (Photo by Maury Phillips/Getty Images for Wealth Garden Entertainment Juneteenth Celebration)