The tumultuous relationship between rapper Blueface and his mother, Karlissa Saffold, has once again taken center stage in the public eye. This time, Saffold has declared that she is willing to take legal action to ensure her presence in her grandchildren’s lives, even if it means going to court.
On Monday, November 6, Karlissa Saffold made her stance clear via an Instagram video. She emphasized her determination not to back down from being involved in her grandchildren’s lives, asserting that she will take necessary steps, even if her son doesn’t comply.
In the video, shot from inside a hot tub, the 51-year-old stated, “If they deny me, then we’ll take the next steps.” She went on to assure her followers that she would share the entire process and the paperwork involved, allowing others to learn from her experience. She added, “I didn’t bend over backward and raise my kids to be denied my bloodline. You go tell them that Mama is coming.”
This recent declaration isn’t the first time Saffold has made headlines with her statements. A few months ago, she made waves when she expressed her desire for her son to have another child soon, ideally with a particular artist in mind – Megan Thee Stallion.
In late September, Saffold took to social media to share her wish for Megan Thee Stallion to be Blueface’s “Thotiana” rapper’s next baby mama. She also took a playful jab at the “Hot Girl Summer” rapper in the process.
“Megan and Blue need to make a baby,” she declared. “Yes, I don’t know why y’all were trying to act like she’s too good for my son. The lady just got shot in the foot, come on now. Stop playing with me. My son won’t shoot her in the foot. He might shoot her in the ass, but he won’t shoot her in the foot.”
Saffold continued, “Don’t try to play my baby like Megan is too good for my son. The last guy’s doing push-ups right now. No offense! No offense, I mean, because my son has been to jail; I associate with people. It’s a serious situation.”
She concluded, “But right now, y’all are trying to make it seem like my son isn’t good enough for Megan. Do you see me? Let’s talk about it. She said, ‘You want to marry Blueface.’ I would marry Dre before I marry Blueface. I’m just saying, look at Dre!”
Saffold’s determination and candid remarks continue to captivate the public’s attention, making her a prominent figure in the world of hip-hop and entertainment. The complex dynamics of her relationship with her son continue to be a topic of discussion in the media.