"Mop the floor, hide the wet sign just to catch him slippin'."
As divisive as he might be in the eyes of the public, Blueface does reign supreme in particular category: creating cultural phenomena out of his lyrics, summarized in part by the "bust down thotiana" craze spawning an innumerable amount of copy-cats along the way. But as it turns out, Blueface has tricks other than "Bustdown" up his sleeve.
As you'll see in the following concert footage, Blueface pulled out a special issue Swiffer "WetJet" just to get a point across, all the while managing his wobbly interpretation of the C-Walk. Why a mop you ask?... Think back to October of last year when the Blueface mythology was just starting to pick up. The LA-bred rapper dropped the taunt-filled "Respect My Crypn" where the metaphor of a slippy floor gets called into action. Let's revisit the transcript and the bonus footage too.
"Give a fuck if he like it, but he gon' respect this crippin'
Yeah aight, it's all fun and games 'til a nigga trippin'
Mop the floor, hide the wet sign just to catch him slippin'
Pull up, bounce out with a briefcase, it's time to handle business." - Blueface - "Respect My Crypn"
While Blueface little chances of creating a phenomenon in which rap fans casually go about their day carrying a mop handle, the prop does serve a purpose in building his mythology. The allusion of a hater falling prey to their own bullsh*t with a mop... just ask Blueface, he'll be making a foolie out of household items in no time.