NBA Youngboy Released From Prison
Rapper NBA Youngboy was released from jail in Louisiana after spending seven months incarcerated on a federal gun charge.
His charges are, according to TMZ, “possessing a firearm as a felon and possessing a firearm not registered to him.”
His attorneys, Drew Findling and Andre Belanger, said “NBA YB was released on bond Tuesday after forking over $500k in cash. The St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office, which had the rapper in custody since March, confirms they’ve handed him his walking papers.”
His legal team have stated that a condition of NBA YoungBoy’s release includes home confinement in Utah, where his location is being monitored.
According to The Advocate, NBA YoungBoy’s legal team told the judge in the case that plans for his home confinement included paying for a security team of ex-soldiers to secure the premises, and putting together a recording studio in the home.
The rapper has been thriving professionally, with his new album Sincerely, Kentrell debuting in the top spot on the Billboard 200 in late September.
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