Rapper Blueface Flouts Coronavirus Measures With Music Video Shoot That Descends Into Brawl
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The vast majority of people are doing what they've been told during these uncertain times - namely staying at home and social distancing to help fight the spread of coronavirus. But there are a foolish few who are letting the side down, and it appears the rapper Blueface is one of that few.
The 23-year-old shared a lengthy and chaotic Instagram story in which scantily clad women could be seen brawling and pulling each other's hair as numerous men tried to separate them.
The video began with half a dozen women in bikini tops and g-strings twerking on all fours with Blueface - real name Johnathan Michael Porter - stood in the middle. But as the video progressed, some of the women could be seen rowing and this quickly escalated into fist throwing and hair pulling.
It's basically like an episode of one of those god awful reality TV shows that people like for some reason. Except, this episode's awfulness is amplified by the context, given that we're supposed to be staying two metres away from people - not gathering in large groups and scrapping.
According to TMZ, the video was filmed on Saturday at Blueface's California home and at the end of the story, he clarifies that the women weren't fighting over him. However, he makes no mention of the flagrant breach of lockdown measures which he decided to share with his 5.3 million followers.
This is not the first time though that an Instagram post by the 'Respect My Cryppin' rapper has caused controversy.
Last Christmas, he shared a video of himself stood on top of his car and throwing wads of cash in the air as people scrabbled about for the falling notes.
The video was shared with the caption 'season of giving' and was viewed more than a million times , with lots of people praising him for his generosity.
However, many were not impressed by the video, 'cause you know, filming yourself throwing money off the roof of your car could be seen as more of an act of egotism than charity, couldn't it?
Let's all bring some positivity, support and fun to anyone who might find themselves in isolation as a result of the coronavirus spread. Need some entertainment? Join Isolation Nation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/coronasupport/