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Shooting Victim of Blueface Reveals Detailed Account of Strip Club Incident”



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Kentavious “Tay” Traylor, the alleged victim of a shooting involving Blueface, shared a comprehensive narrative regarding the incident that took place outside a Las Vegas strip club last year. In an exclusive interview with Cam Capone News, Traylor unfolded his version of events, shedding light on the motives and circumstances surrounding the altercation.

Traylor asserted that the altercation stemmed from an assault following a disagreement over his attire, specifically a T-shirt featuring the Playboy bunny logo. He recounted being attacked after a verbal exchange and emphasized that the entire conflict initiated due to misconceptions regarding his clothing, with others assuming he belonged to a rival gang.

Recounting the sequence of events, Traylor stated, “A guy hit me. I said, ‘Alright, I’m about to beat your ass.’ I pulled up my pants and got ready to fight, and next thing you know I’m getting jumped.”

The victim also expressed dissatisfaction with the handling of the situation, claiming that pertinent evidence, including a video that could corroborate his account, has not been released to the public. He criticized the lack of transparency, implying that this has contributed to a skewed portrayal of the incident.

In recent legal proceedings, Blueface was instructed to compensate the Euphoric Gentleman’s Club for damages incurred during the shooting, with a substantial sum of over $13 million ordered by the judge. The payment breakdown includes compensations for lost revenue, lease damages, and lost wages for club employees.

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Regarding the legal ramifications faced by Blueface, he received a suspended sentence of 24 to 60 months in prison, which will be served as probation. His probation terms dictate strict prohibitions on alcohol and drug possession. Furthermore, he is restricted from certain areas of Las Vegas unless related to work, with the consequence of serving the remaining prison time in case of probation violations.

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Blueface admitted guilt to discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle, along with a misdemeanor battery charge. Notably, attempted murder charges were dismissed as part of the probation agreement.

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This exclusive interview and the subsequent legal proceedings shed new light on the incident involving the rapper and the aftermath of the shooting.

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