Chrisean Rock Roasts Blueface In New Song: ‘I Shoulda Got Him Pregnant’

Chrisean Rock continues to attack Blueface’s sexuality. The reality star suggested her baby daddy was gay in a Twitter post and has maintained the same energy in a new song with 25-year-old Memphis rapper Gloss Up.

On the women’s anthem titled “N.A.L.B. (N***** Act Like B******),” Rock doubled down on her claims, accusing Blueface of being bisexual. “Y’all ready know about who, I shouldn’t have gotten him pregnant because he acting like a frooty-loop. I’m popping by myself, [His] sh-t is just like a hula hoop,” she raps on the fun song, later adding, “His name Chrisean because I’m daddy,” alluding to her decision to name their son after herself. 

Rock concludes the song by declaring, “F* Blueface I had to find a new bae.”

Watch the video for Gloss Up and Chrisean Rock’s   “N.A.L.B.” below.


Chrisean Rock began making suggestive remarks about Blueface’s sexuality earlier this week after the rapper accused her of sleeping with Cardi B’s husband, Offset. Rather than directly addressing the claim, Rock took a different route, suggesting Blue watches gay porn.

“Let’s talk about how I saw gay porn in your recent search history. That’s why I honestly got the cover up bro,” alluding to her decision to cover up the the giant portrait of Blueface on her neck with a rose. 

“I had zesty n*** on my neck. Nothing wrong with being bisexual, just let a b**** [know] before she fall in love, weirdo,” she added.

She further doubled down on her claims in a live video, stating, “I don’t want no fruity loop raising my kid,” Rock said.  “Let’s talk about what I saw in your search history.  I was going to keep it to myself.  I don’t know if you taking d*** in the butt. But I don’t know why you watching gay porn.  I’m glad you don’t want to be my baby daddy.  I don’t want no fruity loop raising my kid. Respectfully.  I apologize, I’m attached to a weirdo.”

Meanwhile, this is not the first time Rock will be trolling Blueface on a song. Earlier this year, she teamed up with Lil Mabu on the song “Mr. Take Ya B****, which was a direct mockery of Blueface. The song debuted at No. 96 on the Hot 100 and peaked at No. 1 on the TikTok Billboard Top 50. 

Rock celebrated the song’s success on Twitter, writing, “glory to God.“

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