Blueface Explains How He Got Two Girlfriends, Now Has One
Blueface made headlines recently for having two girlfriends at the same time, but he's already back down to one.
The 2019 XXL Freshman stopped by The Breakfast Club on Tuesday (July 23) to discuss his upcoming project and of course the topic quickly turned to the recent drama surrounding his personal life.
DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee were quite curious about the dynamics of the rapper's relationship with the two women and asked for some back story as to how it came about.
"They already knew about each other, that's why I was like, 'Hey, you might as well...you know? You don't want me to lie to you, you don't want me to lie to you, let's just...shit.'" Blueface explained.
Once he got that squared away, he says, there was some difficulty getting things going as the women had to get used to sharing a man in bed.
"The beginning was the most stressful—them having to watch. Not technically watch but switch, watch, look," he said. "They were bi-sexual [before me] but imagine loving somebody but then somebody else come and you gotta watch. Not watch but you obviously watching. You're there. So that was the hard part at first."
But though it seemed to work for a bit, it's already a closed door. The rapper reveals the second woman did something that made him question her loyalty, which led to the split.
"It ain't even last long. It's over," he said. "I still got my [baby's mother], though. That's forever. We was on Live or whatever and I'm like, 'Yo they said that y'all here for the [money and clout],' and my BM was like, 'Nah!' and the other girl—she just gave a bad answer."
He continued, "It could have been a joke, could not have been a joke but at the point I'm at right now, I ain't got no time to figure out if it was a joke or not."
Blue said she left that day because she got upset that he was mad at her, and when she didn't return that same night, he decided it was over.
Watch Blueface's full interview with The Breakfast Club below.
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