In a surprising turn of events on Sunday (Sept. 24), Blueface, the rapper known for “Thotiana,” left his social media followers in shock by sharing a graphic photo detailing his newborn son’s herniated genitals. Alongside the controversial image, he directed strong accusations at Chrisean Rock, the mother of the child, alleging neglect and blaming her for their son’s medical condition.
“Baby still ain’t had surgery for his hernia,” the Los Angeles native tweeted. “She lying [talking about] he healthy. He don’t have a penis [‘cause] the hernia on his balls is so big [and] she steady on here talking about me [and] my cock. Fix our son’s cock first, then go find somebody else to ride.”
This social media outburst followed Blueface’s revelation in a No Jumper interview that he was absent for the birth due to a lack of communication with the reality TV personality.
In the interview with Wack 100 and Adam22, the rapper explained:
“I didn’t make the birth ’cause she didn’t invite me. She didn’t let me know nothing. She was just doing some Instagram stuff so I was just like, ‘Alright, how am I supposed to arrange myself to just get over there?’”
“The communication wasn’t there for me to end up there. I just gave her a little bit of time to figure it out. Then she finally tells me the baby has a hernia and he’s going to have surgery or whatever. It’s nothing major, just regular stuff. And I was like, ‘Oh, damn,’ so that’s really why I went out there.”
The social media response was swift and intense, with users expressing both disgust and concern. Some users were taken aback by the graphic nature of Blueface’s post, while others called for legal action against him.
To compound the situation, Blueface continued his rant on Twitter, alleging that Rock had repeatedly missed hospital appointments to address their infant’s health. He accused her of being a bad mother and claimed she had been postponing surgery and appointments to suit her own agenda.
Despite the backlash, Blueface maintained that he initially tried to keep their issues private but felt compelled to address them publicly due to Rock continually discussing their personal matters online. Since then, many of the controversial posts have been deleted.