Las Vegas Strip Club Owner Blames Blueface for Getting It Shut Down Permanently by Alleged Shooting
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The owner of Euphoric Gentlemen's Club also unleashes a photo of himself speaking to police after the alleged incident, urging people to refrain from referring to the shooting as a 'self-defense.'

AceShowbiz - A Las Vegas strip club owner claimed Blueface's alleged October shooting has got it permanently shut down. The owner of Euphoric Gentlemen's Club blamed the "Thotiana" rapper in a lengthy post shared on Instagram.

"The beautiful girls of @euphoric_lasvegas would like to thank the entire country for rocking with us in Las Vegas. We put together a dynasty in such short time , but sadly to announce tht @euphoric_lasvegas will not reopen," the owner kicked off his statement. "Unfortunately mr @bluefasebabyy decided to bring gang related activities to our establishment & put all of our girls out of business.

“@euphoric_lasvegas was a spot for everyone to have fun & everyone super enjoyed it, but as everyone say, it's always the Blacks that can't nothing," the man added. "We knew what we was up against when we opened. We are not upset with the police for not letting us open, because they gave us a chance that everyone said they wouldn't."

The owner went on to note, "We have lawyered up & make 100% sure that he either spends the rest of his life in prison, or he is going to pay us until the day he leaves this earth." He also claimed police have surveillance footage in which the rap star's team allegedly beat someone up for no reason.

The man also unleashed a photo of himself speaking to police after the alleged incident. He also urged people to refrain from referring to the shooting as "self-defense." To conclude his message, the man stressed, "Attempted murder is exactly what mr @bluefasebabyy did."

Blueface was arrested in Las Vegas in November while he was with his girlfriend Chrisean Rock outside Lo-Lo's Chicken & Waffles. He was taken into custody for felony attempted murder with the use of a deadly firearm or tear gas that occurred in October and facing an additional charge of discharging a gun into a house, building, vehicle or craft. The emcee, however, was released on a $50,000 bond.

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