Blueface Slammed After Forcefully Cutting His Son's Hair

The 'Respect My Cryppin' ' rapper, who was recently released from jail after being arrested in Las Vegas, finds himself being dragged by online users for 'intentionally' embarrassing his kid.

AceShowbiz - Blueface gave the Internet another reason to put him on blast. The "Respect My Cryppin' " rapper recently came under fire after forcefully cutting his son's hair.

On Thursday, November 24, the emcee shared a video of his son crying and screaming before he cut his hair. The young boy repeatedly said "no," adding, "No, I don't want to be like you."

Blueface proceeded to cut his hair though. When he asked his son whether he liked his new hairstyle, the boy said, "No." Looking angry, the boy also refused to say cheese when his father told him to.

The video was then re-shared by The Neighborhood Talk on Instagram. Unsurprisingly, many users came to drag Blueface for his act, with one person writing, "He was very upset poor baby! He don't want be like you."

Another argued, "He's old enough to decide on his haircut." A third added, "That baby knows what he is REALLY SAYING." Someone else chimed in, "This is sad. Why would you want to intentionally embarrass your child for your own amusement? And why did we need to see this? The validation that some people really don't need to be parents."

The criticism did not stop there. More came forward with one commenting, "Imagine being forced to look like someone you not feeling. Kids go through the worst stuff man. SMH." A different individual opined, "He made it VERY clear he doesn’t want to be like him. And it sounds like he meant in more ways than the haircut. Kids be knowing."

Blueface was recently arrested in Las Vegas while he was with his girlfriend Chrisean Rock outside Lo-Lo's Chicken & Waffles. He was taken into custody for felony attempted murder with the use of a deadly firearm or tear gas that occurred last month and facing an additional charge of discharging a gun into a house, building, vehicle or craft. The emcee, however, was released on a $50,000 bond.

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