NBA YoungBoy Reportedly in FBI Custody After Being Arrested in Los Angeles

NBA YoungBoy facing more legal trouble

Since YoungBoy Never Broke Again secured his spot in the rap game, he has had multiple run-ins with the law over the years. It looks like the 21-year-old rapper is in another legal trouble again. According to TMZ, Youngboy, real name Kentrell Gaulden, was arrested in Los Angeles on Monday (March 22).

It’s reported that LAPD tried to pull over a vehicle that YoungBoy was riding in because he has an outstanding federal warrant before he tried to escape. After a police chase, the vehicle stopped and YB allegedly hopped out and ran on foot. LAPD reportedly established a perimeter and used a K-9 unit to locate the rapper. The dogs didn’t harm the “Lonely Child” artist but did sniff him out. Police allegedly found weapons in the car but it’s unclear if they belong to YoungBoy. It is also not clear what part of LA the incident went down.

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Last September, YoungBoy was among a group of people (over a dozen) who were arrested in Baton Rouge during a video shoot. The cops reportedly found drugs, weapons, $47,000 cash, a $300,000 check, and expensive jewelry. The rapper, who is a father of seven, was not charged with any crime and was released shortly after.

Keep an eye out as the story develops, and be assured we will bring you all the updates.