Rapper Blueface is currently facing public scrutiny for posting videos that feature his young son in the presence of exotic dancers. These videos have not only attracted a lot of online attention but have also caught the eye of law enforcement agencies and the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS).
According to available reports, sheriff's deputies have been called to Blueface's residence in Los Angeles as many as nine times since May. The most serious of these visits was prompted by an investigation initiated by DCFS.
The controversy began to unfold when Blueface uploaded a video where he asked his son if he was gay, all while women were stripping in a nearby room. This particular video led DCFS to start an investigation into the matter. However, the investigation appears to have hit a roadblock, partly because no one answered the door or the phone when deputies arrived at the rapper's home.
In addition to the DCFS investigation, law enforcement has been called to Blueface's home for other reasons as well. These include noise complaints related to loud music and barking dogs. Furthermore, Blueface's party house in the San Fernando Valley has been another point of contention, receiving multiple police visits due to complaints from neighbors about loud parties and fights.
The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services has not issued any comments on this specific case. However, they have stated that the safety and well-being of the county's 2 million children and youth remains their highest priority.