Blueface slammed for hosting twerking party at home and filming semi-naked catfight amid lockdown

The women were at his home in bikini tops and G-string thongs and soon quite a few broke into violent fights


                            Blueface slammed for hosting twerking party at home and filming semi-naked catfight amid lockdown
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Rapper Johathan Michael Porter aka Blueface has found himself in the eye of a storm. The rapper hosted a group of women at his million-dollar home in California and it seemed like a party. The rapper who goes by the Instagram handle @bluefacebleedem posted a story with all of the girls clad in blue bikini tops and G-string thongs.

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They were all present at the house to shoot his upcoming video.  The ladies were sitting in a circular pattern in what looked like the front yard of the 'Thotiana' rapper's home with him standing right in the center, filming the story which he later posted. 

"Where your mask at baby? Where your mask at?" said the rapper in the stories that followed while giving each of the ladies a slight tap on their back while doing so. In the later stories, filmed inside the house, two girls were seen embroiled in a verbal fight which quickly took a violent turn with both of them throwing hands at each other. While a couple of girls tried to break the fight, some continued to twerk for the filming crew's cameras.

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Blueface was a mere spectator and he was more focused on documenting this for his social media. Later on, the crew had to separate the girls who had each other by their hair.

A woman's toupee was snatched from her head by another woman and Blueface posted that story as well along with a couple of other stories where the fight from earlier had escalated to another level. 

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"Blueface’s instagram story doesn’t look like social distancing to me," wrote a follower on Twitter pointing out how the rapper was flouting all norms of social distancing and possibly putting all of those women and his filming crew plus himself at risk.

While another follower wrote, "The national guard needed to mobilize into blueface’s house dear lord bless these troubling times."

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Another tweet read, "A lot of Corona going on in Blueface IG story".

The girl who's wig got snatched took to Twitter to write, "Y’all... Blueface invited me to his video shoot and this girl had the nerve to say, 'leave you ugly darkskin bitch' 'you bald because you dark-skinned you ugly bitch' 'yo kick this black hoe out'...all for no reason? What is this bullshit occurring for in 2020?"

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In another tweet that followed, she wrote, "Mind you I was attacked because I WASN’T fighting. & the girl who snatched my hair to 'prove I was bald' came up saying how I was 'thirsty & a hoe for talking to blueface while everybody fighting'... these bitches are INSANE."

"So shorty snatched the wig from BEHIND and then decided to hide behind blueface tho these bi****s is scary" she continued.

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The internet went into a tizzy blaming Blueface for letting this happen and not doing anything about it. Comments like "blueface is also an extremely transphobic person so it's not surprising he associates himself with awful people" and "Sue girl sue. You were assaulted for no reason on his property. He did not help you. Sue for emotional distress or emotional abuse girl. Take him down" were doing the rounds on Twitter. 

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Addressing this hate, Blueface took to his Instagram stories to clear up his name. He wrote that the women were not fighting over him and it was just the Hennessey speaking. He mentioned that he didn't have relations with anyone and there definitely was no racism as half of the women present at his house were black. 

This is not the second time that Blueface has found himself in trouble this week. Just a couple of days ago he stood atop his SUV in Skid Row, California and threw cash on the streets. Skid Row is a rather poor area with a lot of homeless people and many were seen scurrying down the streets to collect the cash. While many felt that this was wrongful and humiliating, a lot of them also felt that this was an act of philanthropy.

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