Blueface was filming a music video in his home when a fight broke out between some of the dancers.
The rapper, who’s best known for his song Thotiana, took the whole ordeal to his Instagram story and showed several scantily-clad women getting into a fight.
Despite social distancing rules amid the coronavirus pandemic, Blueface had at least a dozen of people in his house.
Things were going pretty normal as the women twerked in the rapper’s backyard while he played a game of Duck, Duck Goose.
However, the next story showed two of the woman yelling before they began hitting each other.
‘It’s going up!’ Blueface narrated. ‘They going viral.’
He can later be heard saying: ‘Damn, what the f**k is going on?’
Blueface, real name Johnathan Michael Porter, and the women were seen wearing masks (or bandanas) for the music video.
His colleagues had to break up several fights as seen in his story while the rapper filmed.
‘They were not fighting over me,’ the 23-year-old later wrote. ‘It was a lot of henny mixed with a lil atitude I have not had relations with any of these women, no one was being racist.
‘More than half the people here was black so if you believe that your to invested in the internet alil to much [sic].’
Blueface rose to fame when his song Thotiana debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 75.
The song was released as a remix with YG with a music video and later released a remix with Cardi B.
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