A Las Vegas strip club was forced to shut down permanently after Blueface was involved in a shooting incident there last year.

According to TMZ, a judge ordered the aspiring rapper to pay the owner $13 million in damages.

The shooting incident occurred at the Euphoric Gentleman’s Club in October 2022. Surveillance video shows the “Thotiana” rapper shooting at the club. Blueface was arrested by undercover police in November 2022. He was charged with attempted murder and eventually pled guilty to lesser charges of battery and discharging a firearm in an occupied building.

The owner said Blueface “decided to bring gang related activities to our establishment & put all of our girls out of business.”

In a message on the Neighborhood Talk Instagram blog, the owner said he would “make 100% sure that [Blueface] either spends the rest of his life in prison, or he is going to pay until the day he leaves this earth.”


Last month, Blueface received a suspended sentence and 3 years probation in the shooting incident, according to TMZ.

Kentavious Traylor, a patron who was grazed by a bullet, expressed frustration with California’s judicial system that favors celebrities over innocent victims.

Blueface, 26, seemed unbothered by the lawsuit. He posted a video that shows him throwing money as strippers danced in a suite at SoFi Stadium during an NFL game on Sunday, Oct. 22.

Earlier, the father of three proposed to his other baby mama, Jaidyn Alexis, at the House of Blues.