'A lot of butts': Matthew Stafford's wife rips rapper Blueface for turning SoFi suite into strip club

Pittsburgh Steelers long snapper Christian Kuntz, left, and punter Pressley Harvin III, right, pose with rapper Blueface an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Rams Sunday, Oct. 22, 2023, in Inglewood, Calif. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
Blueface, middle, poses with Pittsburgh Steelers long snapper Christian Kuntz, left, and punter Pressley Harvin III, on Sunday, when the rapper turned a SoFi Stadium suite into a makeshift strip club during the Rams-Steelers game. (Gregory Bull / Associated Press)

Kelly Stafford doesn't want her young daughters to see "a lot of butts" while watching their father play football for the Rams at SoFi Stadium.

But that's what the wife of quarterback Matthew Stafford said happened Sunday during a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, because of the antics of L.A. rapper Blueface and several female companions.

On Tuesday's edition of her weekly podcast, "The Morning After," Kelly Stafford talks about a very adult scene that played out in one of the suites at the game, which she attended with her daughters and nephews. In what was described as a strip-club atmosphere, Blueface could be seen throwing dollar bills at several women in thongs who were dancing while bent over.

"This is our game-day experience." Stafford said.

“What I am so mad about is this is supposed to be a family experience, coming to a football game. There were children in the suites next to them. ... If you have that kind of stuff happening at games, adults are not gonna want to bring their kids.”

Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford celebrates with his family after winning a Super Bowl title at SoFi Stadium.
Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford celebrates with wife Kelly and their four daughters after winning the Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium in February 2022. (Frederic J. Brown / AFP via Getty Images)

A SoFi Stadium spokesperson told The Times on Thursday that the stadium and the Rams do not condone the lewd behavior and did not give permission for it. When stadium officials were made aware of the situation, security was sent to the suite, according to the spokesperson. Blueface and his companions were allowed to remain at the game and no further inappropriate activity occurred, the spokesperson said.

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Blueface posted a video of the NSFW scene on his Instagram Stories, and Stafford said that footage made it back to her and her young companions.

"My nephews, who are older, have Instagram. They were at the game, and they were like, 'Oh, my gosh. Look what's going on here.' They found it," Stafford said. "And my daughters are sitting right next to them. They were like, 'Mommy, there's a lot of butts here.' I go, 'Butts? What are you talking about?' And then I got sent it and I was like, 'Oh!'

"So my daughters saw that. Not OK! And not OK that my nephews saw it either."

She added: "It's just a little disappointing. It makes me not want to take my kids to the game, 'cause I'm like, 'What's gonna happen next?'"

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The rapper took to social media to address the situation. Quick summary: He's not sorry for anything, he will do anything he wants in the suite and he thinks Kelly Stafford is a "Karen" who should be talking about her husband's play on the field.

"Karen on here smh," Blueface wrote along with a retweet of clips of Kelly Stafford discussing him on her podcast. "I paid for the suite if I wanted you in the suite Kelly I could have paid for that as well your nephews an daughter have seen worse on instagram if they are already on there welcome to LA."

Blueface had a lot going on at Sunday's game, as he also proposed to rapper Jaidyn Alexis, who was not one of the dancers and is the mother of two of his children. She said yes, and he posted a video from the happy occasion on Instagram.

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