Chrisean Rock Is Riding For Blueface Amid Attempted Murder Charge + Checks BM 

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Chrisean is solid as a rock for her man Blueface.

The West Coast rapper was arrested for attempted murder in Las Vegas yesterday (November 15). Blueface is facing felony charges for attempted murder with a deadly firearm or tear gas, according to court documents obtained by TMZ.

Ahead of news reports, Chrisean shared a cryptic message yesterday and said, “ugh why gotta take you from me,” via Twitter. Today (November 16), Chrisean let the world know she’s sticking beside Blue and is determined to get him home. 

The Jasmine Brand reports, the reality star hopped on the Internet later on and in a video said:

“I’m going to court tomorrow. That’s all that matters. He coming home. I don’t know what y’all talkin’ bout. But tune in on our documentary, our TV show on Zeus network, we outside. Yeah don’t be surprised when I get another chain with his face. Another tat on my face. What? Wassup? I’m ridin’ I’m slidin.’”

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Earlier today, Chrisean updated fans via social media to let people know she linked with Wack 100, Blue’s manager, to help get him released. In the video, Chris refers to Wack as family, and together they say they are getting Blue out. 

The mother of Blue’s, child, Jaidyn Alexis responded to Chris posted up with Wack 100 with a cryptic IG Story post. Jaidyn shared screenshots of Wack calling her yesterday. In the caption, Jaidyn said, “family plz be so fr. He know who to call.” 

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The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department released a statement:

“On November 15, 2022 at approximately 2:40 p.m., LVMPD detectives arrested 25-year-old Johnathan Porter on charges stemming from a shooting that took place on October 8, 2022 in the 6300 block of Windy Road. Porter was arrested outside a business in the 300 block of Hughes Center Drive. He will be booked into the Clark County Detention Center on warrants for attempted murder with a deadly weapon and discharging a firearm at/into an occupied structure.”