Rapper Blueface live-streamed himself breaking into a neighbor's home and assaulting him, MTO News has learned. And now the rap star is facing up to 20 years in prison over the video.
The incident all started when a neighbor who lives below one of Blueface's girlfriends - in a Downtown Los Angeles apartment - knocked on her door, complaining of noise.
Blueface's girlfriend called up the rapper, and Blueface came over and confronted the upset neighbor. At first Blueface and his friend just talked with the neighbor. But eventually they pushed their way into his home and attacked the man.
It was all captured on video, and live-streamed by Blueface's girlfriend.
MTO News confirmed that the man suffered injuries during the beating and contacted the Los Angeles police. According to one social media report, police are planning to charge Blueface as soon as today.
Here's video of the attack:
And MTO News has confirmed that Blueface is now in some serious trouble.
Under California Penal Code 459 PC, any person armed or unarmed who breaks and enters either an empty or occupied dwelling, home or any building with the intent to commit any kind of crime or felony, such as a larceny or assault is guilty of home invasion either first of second degree home invasion.
California has cracked down on home invaders, and the Los Angeles district attorney is pushing for the maximum sentence on anyone convicted of the crime - in Blueface's case, that means 20 years.