In a recent Instagram video, Charleston White, a notable figure from Texas, openly criticized Blueface’s treatment of Chrisean Rock, drawing a parallel between the rapper and the infamous Ike Turner. White expressed his concerns regarding their relationship, highlighting what he perceived as abusive behavior. Blueface, in turn, responded to the video’s repost on No Jumper with a comment of his own.
White accused Blueface of exhibiting patterns reminiscent of Ike Turner, the husband of the late Tina Turner, during their time as a musical duo in the early 1960s. Tina later detailed Ike’s abusive conduct in her memoir, “Tina Turner: My Love Story.” White, further elaborating, emphasized the gravity of Blueface’s actions, stating, “No other musician or artist embodies the role of an abusive partner who exploits the woman with whom he shares children.” He expressed concern about the potential emotional trauma that Blueface’s children might experience due to their mother’s feelings during pregnancy, as it is believed that such emotions can affect the child’s well-being through the umbilical cord connection.
Blueface responded to the accusations on Instagram, dismissing them by writing, “It’s a mouse in the house,” accompanied by a series of emojis depicting a rabbit, a house, and laughter. Nevertheless, White’s comments resonated with some fans, who praised him for speaking out against Blueface’s behavior. One user wrote, “This is the only statement of his I can agree with,” while another remarked, “This is the most sensible thing I’ve heard him say.”