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Rapper BlueFace Has Blowout Fight With His Family, Cops Rush to the Scene

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By Mike Walters

Rapper Blueface and his family had a blowout fight Sunday night and not only was the whole thing caught on tape, but the police rushed to his home to break up the fight.

Law enforcement sources tell The Blast that the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department was called to the rapper's home Sunday night around 8:30 PM.

We're told the call came in as a "domestic disturbance" and Sheriff's arrived at the home shortly after the call. The incident involved Blueface, his sister, and his mother.

Several 911 calls were made by his family members and the calls are intense.

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Hear the Blueface Fight Police Audio

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In exclusive audio obtained by The Blast, a police dispatcher describes the call as a "male, black, 20s, no shirt, basketball shorts, beating on his girlfriend." It seems the girlfriend part is a mistake referring to his mother.

The audio continues, saying that Blueface is "smashing her belongings...and throwing things out of the window." At one point it is acknowledged that he is a "known rapper."

As the fight is ending, a dispatcher can be heard saying that Blueface is "now in the middle of the street with a rock."

The Crazy Fight Video

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Video of Blueface and his family violently fighting surfaced online Monday and in the video, you can clearly see Blueface kick someone who appears to be his sister. On the tape, shot by his mom and posted to social media, the group is arguing about Blueface's new "girlfriends" and his sister claims they were rude to his family and didn't even say hello to them.

At one point, Blueface declares if his sister comes at him with a "knife" she "will not leave this house alive."

The incident ends with the rapper tossing the belongings of his family out of the house and the video shows his mother loading the items in a car waiting outside.

At this point, we're told no arrests were made and the call was cleared by cops as a simple disturbance.

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