Roommate, everyone's been talking about what's really going on with Blueface and its self-proclaimed Bad Girls Club – and now he's officially offered a bit of insight. On his Instagram stories, Blueface posted an extensive explanation of what is the reason several women move into his house and fight each other.
In Blueface's "Blue Girls Club", several women can be seen who have found a new home in his mansion in Los Angeles. The reality show at home has posted episodes on OnlyFans, featuring endless twerking, intimate bedroom details, and multiple fights that sent some of the women to the emergency room.
In response to the ongoing criticism, Blueface released the following answer:
"I have no relationship with any of these women. The purpose of the show is to develop these women by exercising temperament, patience and serenity there. And then I let my platform be used as a second chance to pursue dreams without yourself to sell myself to get by. We are all 1 family. They all have a past, I just want to change their future. "
He went on to add:
"There is no Mas production behind this. I am the soul owner behind the funding of the location and the activities." I don't want to make any money with these women from Onlyfans, but I'd at least like to get back what I've put in. At the end of the day, I'm a businessman. "
Earlier this month, Blueface took its girls to Skid Row in Los Angeles to throw money at the homeless.
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Blueface's post provides in-depth information on what is really going on at his Bad Girls Club – "I have no relationship with any of these women," first appeared in The Shade Room.