Blueface’s Attempted Murder Case Stemmed From Bad Joke

Blueface‘s attempted murder charge reportedly stemmed from a bad joke, prompting a strip club fight that ended in the rapper opening fire on a pick-up truck.

Authorities claim the joke enraged members of Blueface’s crew, who began hitting the man “multiple times,” the outlet reports.

Victim Reportedly Cracked Bad Joke To Blueface’s Crew, Sparking Strip Club Assault

The court documents went on to say that the victim fled towards his truck, telling cops that he believed Blueface and his crew thought he was “going for a gun,” causing Blueface to open fire at the man’s truck as he fled the scene.

The victim suffered a “bullet graze wound” on his left hand, with cops finding multiple bullet holes on his truck.

Just one day after Blueface was arrested for felony attempted murder, video footage emerged of the alleged shooting in question, The Shade Room previously reported. In the video, Blueface can be seen leaving a Las Vegas club just before a pick-up truck pulls up.

According to TMZ, Blueface allegedly fired multiple shots at the truck. Sources at the venue reportedly said that the man driving the truck had allegedly been attacked by Blueface’s people before leaving the club.

Video Reportedly Shows Blueface Shooting At Pick-Up Truck Following Night Club Altercation

As we previously reported, Chrisean Rock and Wack 100 appeared in court to seemingly post Blue’s bond this morning.

The outlet cites sources at the venue, who told TMZ that the unidentified driver had walked into the club earlier, where the rapper’s crew allegedly attacked him.

It remains unclear as to what started the alleged altercation, but the outlet reports Blueface wasn’t directly involved in the fight.

After the altercation in the club, the man ran back to his truck and pulled up on Blueface and his crew as they were leaving.

Blueface Arrested In Las Vegas For Attempted Murder, No Bail Offered At The Moment

The man reportedly then asked “Who hit me?!” right before shots rang out, prompting the truck to speed off.

As The Shade Room reported on Tuesday, the rapper was arrested in Las Vegas and transported to the Clark County Detention Center for felony attempted murder with the use of a deadly firearm or tear gas.

According to Vibe, Blueface is expected to be released from custody soon on $50,000 bail, with the rapper agreeing to have no contact with the victim, stay in touch with his lawyers, and stay out of trouble.


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