Blueface In Jail: L.A. Rapper Blueface Arrested On Suspicion Of Attempted Murder In Las Vegas!
Blueface In Jail: Blueface, a rapper from Los Angeles, was picked up in Las Vegas on Tuesday afternoon on suspicion of trying to kill someone. The 25-year-old, whose real name is Johnathan Porter, was taken into custody at 2:40 p.m. outside a business in the 300 block of Hughes Center Drive, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Police said, “He will be booked into the Clark County Detention Center on warrants for attempted murder with a deadly weapon and firing a gun into or at an occupied building.” Police said that Blueface was wanted in connection with a shooting that happened on October 8 in the 6000 block of Windy Road.
Law enforcement did not give any more information right away
Blueface posted a clip from the music video for his song “Better Days 2 (Pain in the Ghetto)” on his Instagram page a few days after the alleged shooting. The rapper is in jail and wearing an orange jumpsuit in the music video.
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The song “One suspect, two victims, hurt all three of them kids” starts off the clip. “Four or five shots was all it took to get ’em 40 years.” TMZ got a video of Blueface’s arrest on Tuesday night.
Earlier today, LVMPD detectives arrested 25-year-old Johnathan Porter for a shooting that took place on October 8 near Sunset Rd. and S. Las Vegas Blvd. Click here for more: https://t.co/mzLjQW30ti pic.twitter.com/uM4v7juT6n
— LVMPD (@LVMPD) November 16, 2022
In the video, the rapper and his girlfriend are sitting outside a business. Seconds later, men in civilian clothes, who may have been police officers in plain clothes, pinned the rapper against a wall, put handcuffs on him and led him away.
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