Blueface Shooting Video: Blueface, a rapper from Los Angeles, was ordered by a judge to be held on $50,000 bail in connection with an attempted murder that occurred in October. On Tuesday in Las Vegas, police detained Blueface, 25, real name, Jonathan Porter. On October 8, at about 4 a.m., a gunshot took place.
According to records that the 8 News Now Investigators got on Wednesday, the victim claimed that he was shot outside of the Euphoric Gentlemen’s Club on Windy Road, just off the Las Vegas Strip. The victim claimed to have communicated with Porter earlier in the night and to have recognized Porter in the establishment.
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According to the records, the victim claimed he made a joke about Porter “speaking with some females in a cheap automobile.” Then he was struck several times. According to records, police were able to get video evidence that showed the guys conversing before the altercation.
Documents stated that after what appeared to be verbal exchanges, a black man adult in dark clothing forcefully approached the victim’s truck and reached for his waistline region. “As [the victim] speeds in his truck, a black male adult brandishing a handgun fires what seems to be two bullets at the vehicle,” the report said.
“[The victim] indicated the males may have thought he was “going for a gun” and started shooting at him in his truck,” according to the records, as he tried to flee in his truck following the incident.
The two cartridge cases were later picked up by a nearby woman, according to the records.
Documents stated that Porter entered the club and passed through a metal detector around five minutes before the incident.
The man on the surveillance footage, according to police, matched images Blueface posted on Instagram the night of the shooting. Blueface was reportedly in Las Vegas at the time, according to cell phone data.
The sufferer was struck in the hand but lived. Blueface was still being held as of Wednesday night. Prosecutors noticed Porter skipped court on a charge of operating a vehicle with a suspended license plate in court on Wednesday. The fee was for the year 2020.
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