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Blueface Criticized For Giving, Gets Into An Altercation

It’s the season to be jolly, thankful and giving, but to what extent. And, how? And is there a right or wrong way to do it? Or do nothing and be criticized. Or do something and still receive backlash. Well that is what Hip Hop artist Blueface endured this holiday season.

Blueface took to the streets of Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles on Monday (December 23) to give back on this holiday season.

The video of Blueface standing on a vehicle throwing money in the air surfaced as various people recorded and shared on social media. Blueface himself would also post the video via his official Instagram account.

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The season of giving 💰

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Mixed reactions flooded the comments section on all social media platforms, something that does not come to a surprise. Some praised Blueface for his generosity, while others felt it was “gross” and “humiliating”.

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This wouldn’t be the first time a top Hip Hop artist went around giving money. Tekashi 6ix9ine back in 2018 gave money to the poor in the Dominican Republic.

Detroit native and author, Kim Alsup, took to twitter to show her dislike for Blueface’s actions. Twitting, “It’s disrespectful and wrong on so many levels. If you’re going to give back do something like Jaden and set up a food truck, give shoes and clothes. Don’t make these people dance for money.”

Man punches Blueface in the face!

Blueface may have something else to worry about as his recent Instagram post shows a surveillance video of him getting punched in the face. Captioned with a laughing emoji, he writes, “He might as well be from da set we put cuz on.”

In the video, Blueface is seen getting punched by an unknown individual, who would immediately get his a** beat, by those around Blueface.

No word yet as to what started the incident, and if Blueface will face any charges, even if he acted in self-defense.


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