Blueface Was St*bbed By Random Man During Boxing Training Session - WhatsOnRap

Rapper Blueface Stabbed During Boxing Training: Latest Updates
Los Angeles rapper Blueface faced an unexpected s*tback earlier today (August 23) when he took to social media to reveal that he had been st*bbed during what appeared to be a random altercation at a gym. The incident has now thrown his upcoming sanctioned fight into uncertainty.

In a video shared on Instagram, Blueface, accompanied by his trainer David Kaminsky, can be seen engaging in a workout session when suddenly a man, accompanied by a Rottweiler, entered the scene. The situation escalated rapidly into a heated argument, and Blueface even managed to land a few punches. 

However, the situation took a dangerous turn when the unidentified individual seemingly retrieved an object, believed to be a knife, from his pocket. The video ends at this critical juncture. A subsequent clip shared on Blueface's IG Stories displays his injured arm, visibly covered in blood.

Footage of Blueface Being St*bbed During Gym Training: 

According to reports from TMZ, Kaminsky recounted that the assailant had yelled threatening words, including "I'm gonna kill you," directly at Blueface. This alarming declaration immediately escalated tensions in the confined space. Witnesses on the scene recounted that after the apparent st*bbing, the aggressor quickly fled and was seen driving a Tesla Model S.

The aftermath of the incident has led Blueface to make a regrettable announcement. The rapper shared on social media that his injuries will force him to withdraw from an upcoming scheduled fight set for October 14. He explained, "I won't be able to fight Oct. 14 due to an injury, won't have enough time to heal. Don't say I ducked [nothing], bro… Came with a dog and a knife at 10 a.m."

Blueface had gained some recognition in the boxing world. In 2021, he made his amateur boxing debut in the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, defeating TikTok personality Kane Trujillo. Just this past April, he participated in a fight under the Kingpyn Boxing platform, taking on another TikTok influencer, Ed Matthews. That fight was dominated by Blueface, with four knockdowns and an eventual stoppage.

Planned matches against eSports gamer FaZe Temperrr and former NBA player Nick Young were put on hold due to licensing issues. As for the fate of the anticipated October event, whether it will be rescheduled or canceled remains unknown. The incident serves as a reminder of the unpredictable nature of the entertainment world, even in the realm of sports.

Update: Blueface lets people know he’s okay after being st*bbed: