Ex-Blueface Artist Chrisean Rock Arrested Again 3 Months After Stealing His G-Wagon

New Orleans, LA – Former Blueface Records signee Chrisean Rock (real name Chrisean Malone) continues to have run-ins with the laws. On Friday (May 13), the seemingly trouble artist was reportedly arrested in New Orleans on a bench warrant out of Oklahoma.

According to the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office website, she’s currently in custody at the Orleans Justice Center. Just hours earlier, Malone posted video of herself partying on Bourbon Street, but the night clearly didn’t end the way she likely thought it would.

Chrisean Malone was initially arrested in February for stealing Blueface’s Mercedes G-Wagon in an attempt to get home to Baltimore. She was also in possession of crack-cocaine when she was pulled over.

Blueface called her shortly after her arrest, writing on his Instagram Stories, “Bitch stole my car an thought she was gone drive to Baltimore 25 hrs away. Dumbass. A thief is the worst thing you can be as a female. I’d have more respect for a prostitute…talm bout some ‘come bail me out.’”

The trouble started in November 2021 when Malone refused to leave Blueface’s home despite being kicked off Blueface Records. In a clip of the incident, she could be heard shouting, “I don’t live here for free. I work,” to which Blueface’s manager Wack 100 replied, “You work what? What do you do?” She fired back, “I’m an artist, man. What are you talking about? I work for you.” Wack 100 shouted back, “You don’t work for shit. He dropped you a week ago! Two weeks ago! He dropped you!”

Former Blueface Artist Chrisean Rock Arrested On Crack-Cocaine Charges

Rumors Malone and Blueface were romantically involved were rampant after they were spotted on a date mid-March, even Blueface’s own mother claimed the couple was “official.” But the “Thotiana” rapper quickly shut that down with, “My mom don’t speak for me or none I got going on personally ain’t none official wit nobody.”

Whatever the case, Malone can’t seem to stay out of jail for long. Charges include receiving, possessing or concealing a stolen vehicle as well as distribution of a controlled substance and possession with intent.

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