Nobody wants to trend with Robert Sylvester “R”. Kelly “Kelly, especially Johnathan Jamal” Blueface “Michael Porter. But in the further case, starting an in-house reality show can sometimes go too far. And when it is about housing young girls and getting them tattooed or homeless from home, it is a topic to raise questions. Here is a full update about Blueface Girlfriends Getting Tattoo Video.
An outpouring of Twitter has come out about Blueface, in which fans are weighed into a new, outrageous controversy. The 24-year-old “Thotiana” rapper, apparently R. This is compared to the likes of Kelly for her cult-ish efforts for branding women, or at least how fans feel.
Blueface Girlfriends Getting Tattoo Video, now viral on social media, shows him passing through the house to chat to all his girlfriends and does not seem to have any choice.
Blueface tells girls in bunk beds to get tattoos or “go home”
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In the bizarre world of Blueface, there are few references to the rapper running under the roof of the rapper. Earlier last year, the rapper announced the start of a reality show, Blue Girls Club, which included the series in its episodes.
As the title of the show suggests, it seems to take inspiration from the Bad Girls Club and it engages all young girls in dancing, girl-on-girl fights, and being together. The new addition appears to be tattooing with other women in the room.
The Los Angeles native has yet to respond to the leaked video, which first viral on Snapchat and later on Twitter. Still, the clip-on Twitter has flown, with many wondering if Blueface is pulling R. Kelly.
Twitter reacts on Blueface leaked video; fans compare rapper to R. Kelly
Fans believe that the viral clip shows that the rappers were tattooing “Blueface” to every young girl. Although not clear, the video shows some women brandishing their new bats.
It is fair to say that Blueface is still r. Has not yet crossed a line in comparison to Kelly, whose history of accusations point to sexual misconduct, predatory activities with younger girls, making indecent photographs of minors, mistreating, etc.
Fans feel that the reality show running rapper may join the league, with their current red flag. Blueface offered a brief explanation for his new reality show last year and clarified that he “does not have an affair with any of these women.”
The 24-year-old explained:
“I’m letting them use my platform as a second chance to chase their dreams without selling themselves to get by. We are all one family. They all have a past. I just wanna change their future.”
Unfortunately, a recent turn of events suggests otherwise. It doesn’t seem to help that the rapper’s Blue Girls Club did R. Has compared Kelly’s gender “creed”, a house that traps women in an abusive, toxic world, where their lives are mortgaged by powerful men promising money in the fame and biz. industry.
In the post-Weinstein world, history has shown that celebrities’ predictions have usually landed them in court condemning allegations of misconduct.
Hopefully, Blueface will not go down the same line, but fans find it hard to believe based on their surprising mentioned opportunities.
R Kelly seeing Blueface trying to take his spot as top girlfriend cult leader:
— Danny Armstrong (@DArmstrong44) April 25, 2021
Blueface was really hot at one point. His music was EVERYWHERE, you couldn’t come onto social media without a song of his being mentioned. It’s insane how quick everything went downhill.
— Dedee 🥀 (@thoughtfulbae) April 26, 2021
All I see is adult women giving Blueface consent. Weird behavior yes, same as R Kelly no. Stop It!
And if it’s a show I don’t think nobody was forced. Now did I do this “🥴” when I seen it also yes 😂😂
— NLE Chakra (@_MCKENTON_) April 26, 2021
This whole time I’m seeing these Blueface tweets calling him a groomer, making R Kelly comparisons, I’m thinking he a damn predator going after underage kids or something. Come to find out these are grown women out there freely embarrassing themselves.
— MARIO (@Mike_Lowryy) April 26, 2021
Whatever it may be, fans and readers feel that this new controversy surrounding Blueface will not lead to death any time soon.