Blueface Is A Wanted Man With A Felony Warrant Out For His Arrest

The police are currently on the lookout for the “Thotiana” rapper, who they believe assaulted a club bouncer.

The rapper known as Blueface has a felony warrant out for his arrest, related to the on-camera beatdown of a nightclub bouncer, according to TMZ.

The warrant was recently issued for the 24-year-old and two other men, who allegedly carried out the brutal attack. Law enforcement is on the lookout for the men, who and have been hit with assault and robbery charges. TMZ, which also broke the story, stated that the robbery charge originates from an accusation that one of the men took an expensive chain from the nightclub bouncer.

In the video, Blueface and three other men appear to stomp, kick, punch, and jump the doorman. Later on, the bouncer had to be taken to a hospital by ambulance and needed stitches.

There’s no word if Blueface has plans to surrender on his own.

Two years ago, Blueface pleaded no contest in California to one misdemeanor count of carrying a loaded firearm.

He was sentenced to 36 months of summary probation and eight days of community service.

In addition, Blueface was forced to address accusations of psychological, physical, and sexual abuse against women earlier this year. He was accused of running a “sex cult” that fosters sexual misconduct against the numerous Blue Girls Club cast members living in his home. 

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The Republic recording artist denied the accusations.

Back in September, the “Thotiana” rapper addressed allegations against him and his crew with Hollywood Unlocked, saying that the bouncer actually incited the ordeal by calling him the n-word.

“He had a little racial slur, like, ‘Cause you think you’re a famous little n-word you think you can do this and do that,” said Blueface. “I’m like, ‘Damn, you went right there with it.’ I wasn’t even tripping on him, honestly… We’re not trying to do him how we did him.”

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“If you look at the whole clip, we didn’t jump him. One person got on him. I went to facilitate, then he just went down. It’s not like we were just like, ‘Let’s all get a turn on beating this dude’s ass.’”

There’s no official word that a civil lawsuit is currently pending, local law enforcement is investigating the incident.

The warrant is another ‘F’ for the Cash Money Records affiliate, as his mom and stepfather were allegedly attacked last month at a place he owns, and cops think Blueface might have been the intended target.

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