Blueface is once again in legal trouble as footage has surfaced of his son being exposed to exotic dancers. The Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and the police have visited the Los Angeles rapper's home multiple times since May 2023, with the most serious concern being the presence of strippers around his young child.
Blueface In More Legal Woes
Blueface faces an investigation as the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) has been alerted about his 6-year-old son’s exposure to exotic dancers.
The incident was brought to light after the “Thotiana” rapper posted a video on social media, questioning his son’s sexuality as the child entered the food pantry of their home while the strippers were present. This led to an investigation by DCFS and prompted a visit by sheriff’s deputies.
Fans Believe Blueface Is A ‘Terrible Parent’
The video, which also features the mother of Blueface’s son, Jaidyn, received backlash from users on X, with one user commenting “They finna take them kids,” and another user calling Blueface a “terrible parent.”
Despite the ongoing investigation, Blueface still retains custody of his son. According to reports, when the deputies arrived at his house, no one answered the door or picked up the phone.
Although no serious charges have been filed, other complaints have been registered regarding loud noises and barking dogs at Blueface’s residence, which has been dubbed a “party house” by neighbors in San Fernando Valley, California.
Bad ‘JuJu’ For Blueface
In recent months, the “Outside” rapper has faced a string of legal issues.
During early summer 2023, Blueface was arrested for robbery while entering a Las Vegas courthouse, shortly after R&B icon Erykah Badu placed a “JuJu” spell on him as a response to his trolling of his then-girlfriend, Chrisean Rock.
Additionally, Blueface and Rock have also kicked off the second season of their reality show, Crazy in Love, which showcases their tumultuous relationship and Rock’s pregnancy.
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In a similar vein, another rapper who faced child endangerment charges is Miami-based artist Gunplay. His wife, VonShae, took to Instagram in August 2023 to reveal that he had subjected her and their children to domestic violence.