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Oh Fuck! Blueface Facing Three Years in Prison?

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Blueface’s “Thotiana” is a hit, but the celebration is coming to a fucking end.

The California rapper has just been slapped with a felony charge. The charge is a result of his run-in with law enforcement on February 1. According to HotNewHipHop, the rapper was caught by LAPD with an unregistered gun, which was also loaded at the time. If found guilty, Blueface could be looking at a maximum of three years behind bars.

This would be unfortunate for the rapper, seeing as though his career has been picking up speed lately. He just recently released the official remix of “Thotiana”, featuring New York rapper, Cardi B. Other remixes include one done by fellow New York rapper, Nicki Minaj.

However, the publication adds that just last year, Blueface was facing a similar felony charge.

It seems like he just hasn’t learned his lesson.

Thoughts? Do you think Blueface will be able to dodge a three-year sentence? Are you over hearing rappers catching felony cases? We want to know what you think, so share your thoughts with us, using the comment section found below.

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