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How Blueface’s Stolen Car Helped Him To Buy Restaurant

While restaurants are struggling because of the pandemic, Blueface has decided to invest in one and become a full owner.

Speaking to TMZ, the west coast rapper explained how it all really went down after his car was stolen. “When I got back from Miami, the valet acted like I never parked my car there so I’m like, okay. So I had to call the police and whatnot. Come to find out my car was stolen out of valet,” Blueface explains.

Blueface ended up buying a new Mercedes right up the block from a restaurant in Santa Clarita, which is the only soul food spot in the entire area.

“In the process of buying the car, I was hungry so I went this fish market and the guy was like, ‘Yo, I got somebody finna come buy it. I know you asked me about it.’ I’ve been there before and I asked him to buy in with him. I never asked him to fully take over,” Blueface tells TMZ. “He’s like, ‘I know you asked me about it. I’m selling it. I got somebody coming right now to buy it.’ I was like, ‘call him and tell him no ’cause I finna pay you extra.'”

Now the new owner at BLUE’S FISH & SOUL RESTAURANT, it has been a pretty good year for the twenty-four year old. Musically, Blueface is taking things to the next level. Appearing on Big Boy TV back in May of 2021, Blueface revealed he has decided to rap on beat. “Some people do be like, ‘Man we want the old Blue’, so I still cater to both. But, you know of course if I want to elevate….”


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