Blueface Could Face Criminal Charges After Physically Assaulting Female Fan

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Rapper Blueface could face criminal charges after physically assaulting a female fan and encouraging his security team to ‘get her’ after she allegedly threw ice on stage during a performance.

Fan videos shared on social media showed rapper Blueface calling a woman up on stage before shoving her down and encouraging his security detail to ‘get her’ after she allegedly threw ice at him during his concert in Los Angeles this weekend.

In a video posted on Twitter, the rapper is seen bringing the woman up on stage, despite her denying she was the one who threw anything, and then pushing her to the ground. Another video posted on Instagram showed the rapper’s fiancee, Jaidyn Alexis, throwing punches aimed toward the woman brought on stage, though none of them appear to land.

“You throwing s—t, right?” Blueface can be heard in a fan-recorded video, addressing an as yet unknown blonde woman in the crowd, who seemingly denied having made the throw. “Oh you didn’t throw nothing? You the only one with a cup of ice,” the rapper continues.

“Come on up here, don’t be scared now,” he said, helping the woman onto the stage. He then turned to his security team and said, “You know what to do. Yeah, get her,” and then shoved the woman to the ground. The musician and his crew then appear to assault the woman.

Horrifyingly, as the rapper and his security detail beat the woman, Blueface can be heard yelling, “Don’t run! Come up here. Don’t be scared.”

Representatives for Blueface have not responded to media requests for comment. The woman has yet to be identified or come forward, and it’s unknown if she intends to press charges against the rapper and his team.

If so, it will hardly be Blueface’s first brush with the law. In October, he was placed on a three-year probation for allegedly shooting a man in Las Vegas last year, to which he pleaded guilty in July. He will serve at minimum two years’ probation and a maximum of five years in prison should he violate probation.

Eight months before he was arrested for the shooting in Las Vegas, the rapper was arrested in Los Angeles for possession of a concealed firearm, and was also found to be driving on a suspended license.