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Blueface accused of sexual assault after pulling down stripper’s thong without consent on Instagram Story

He filmed himself pulling down her thong and posted it to his Instagram Story.

 

Alexandra Samuels

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Rapper Blueface is in hot water once again after he posted a story to his Instagram where he appears to be sexually assaulting a stripper. 

Late last week the rapper posted a trip to what looked like a strip club to his Instagram story. The post—which is now deleted—featured graphic content, from twerking to fully naked girls, Two Bees TV reports. No one was socially distanced amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

On one of his posts, Blueface shows himself pulling down one of the women’s thongs. 

“Don’t play with that shit. Quit playing,” he says. 

Since the posts, Twitter users have called out Blueface for sexual assault. 

“One of the stories shows blueface removing one of the women’s underwear and she literally scrambles to cover herself, as that is clearly not something she was comfortable with showing (or on camera),” one user wrote. “Why isn’t that obvious?? and why wouldn’t @instagram take it down??

“Blueface is gonna get covid and i would like to see him in jail. just because people are sex workers, doesn’t mean you can assault them and then post it on social media for the world to see,” another said.

https://twitter.com/yungaxia/status/1347378774199787523

Blueface hasn’t yet responded to the allegations of sexual assault.


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