Footage of the rapper and his crew kicking and beating a bouncer went viral.
Earlier this year, a lounge employee in the San Fernando Valley accused Jonathan “Blueface” Porter and his entourage of unnecessary violence. The incident was captured on camera.
Law enforcement agencies appear to be investigating the matter, and warrants have been issued against Blueface and two other men for felony arrests. TMZ reports that all three suspects face charges of assault and robbery.
The robbery allegations stem from the bouncer accusing someone of stealing their chain. The alleged victim is also said to have sustained multiple injuries that required stitching.
Blueface already addressed the allegations against him and his crew in September. Los Angeles rapper “Thotiana” told Hollywood Unlocked that the bouncer actually instigated the ordeal by calling him “n ######”.
“He had a little racial slur like, because you think you’re a famous little N-word, you think you can do this and that,” Blueface said. “I think like, ‘Damn it, you were right there.’ I didn’t even stumble across it, to be honest … We’re not trying to make it the way we did it. “
The Cash Money Records subsidiary added, “If you watch the entire clip, we didn’t mug it. A person got on him. I went to relieve, then he just went to the ground. It’s not like we’re just saying, ‘Let’s all have our turn to pound this guy’s ass.’ “
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