Debbie Flores-Narvaez said to contact ex-boyfriend Blu Griffith if "there ever is an emergency with me"
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The mystery of the disappearance of Las Vegas showgirl Debbie Flores-Narvaez deepens.

Just days before Flores-Narvaez was reported missing, her Georgia-based mother Elise Narvaez received a cryptic text message from her daughter.

“In case there is ever an emergency with me, contact Blu Griffith in Vegas,” the text sent on Dec. 1 read. “My ex-boyfriend. Not my best friend.”

A confused Narvaez told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “I asked Debbie what it means, and she says, ‘Never mind, mommy. Just keep it for your records.'”

Eleven days later, the 31-year-old dancer for Luxor’s Fantasy show disappeared while she was reportedly on her way to Griffith’s house.

According to, Griffith has been uncooperative in providing the family with detailed information.

“He doesn’t want to sit down and talk to me,” her sister Celeste says. “There are many inconsistencies.”

Griffith, an aspiring rapper, told Flores last week that her sister visited his home around 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 12.

Flores-Narvaez, who promotes her ex on her MySpace page, starred in his music video “Sex Gamez,” in which she is seen licking his chest.

Cops decline to comment on the case, only saying “this is an active investigation.”