Lifetime’s documentation “Surviving R. Kelly” exposed a lot of viewers to the idea of a celebrity potentially leading a ‘sex cult.’ The popular R&B singer was eventually charged with multiple state and federal sex-related crimes.
Now, rapper Blueface is facing accusations involving his recently erected “Blue Girls Club” reality television series, with many equating it to a ‘cult.’
Recently, social media users began questioning if Blueface was following in Kelly’s alleged footsteps. The controversial discussion began over the weekend after the Los Angeles rapper shared a video of himself telling multiple women to either get his name tattooed on their bodies or leave.
In the clip, Blueface asked multiple women if they had gotten his signature “Benjamin Franklin” tattoo on the spot. Other women were seen sleeping in at least three sets of bunk beds set up in one room.
Blueface went on Twitter to respond to the allegations that he is the leader of an R. Kelly-style cult who is causing women physical and psychological harm.
Wtf is a cult?
For those who are curious my show is a 3-week series. I move women in from all over the US, fly them out to Cali, put them under one roof. I own 2 homes. I don’t stay there. I take care of all [their] financial needs while they are here. I promote [their] brands etc. We film all day. Tune in.
Blueface also made sure to address allegations that sexual misconduct could be taking place at the location.
We don’t tolerate any sexual conduct between men and women, so the women do tend to grow interest in each other because of this, but they are adults at the end of the day. It’s only so much I can control, so what they do with each other is [a part] of the show. Subscribe [right now] to see more.