Blueface's Attempt Murder Case Began with a Bad Joke at a Strip Club - WhatsOnRap

Blueface's Attempted Murder Case Stemmed From Bad Joke

Blueface is presently being investigated for attempted murder, which allegedly originated from a terrible joke at a strip joint.

Blueface was at the Euphoric Gentlemen's Club in Las Vegas on October 8 when his claimed gunshot victim supposedly made a joke about the rapper conversing with "some chicks in a cheap vehicle," according to legal docs obtained by TMZ.

Blueface's crew allegedly attacked the man "multiple times" when the joke didn't go down well. Blueface reportedly fired shots at the man's car as he departed the area when he attempted to flee in his truck.

According to police, many bullet holes were found on the truck, and the man received a "bullet graze wound" on his left hand.

Blueface was charged with attempted murder outside the Lo-Chicken Lo's & Waffles restaurant in Las Vegas on Tuesday (November 15). Following the October 8 incident, a warrant was issued for felony attempted murder with the use of a lethal firearm or tear gas.

He is also charged with discharging a firearm into a house, building, vehicle, or craft. Blueface was lodged into the Clark County Detention Center before his court appearance on Wednesday (November 16). On Thursday (November 17), he was freed from police detention on $50,000 bail.