NBA YoungBoy will serve his house arrest in Utah
Chart-topping rapper NBA YoungBoy once again beats another hurdle towards his freedom after an LA court grants him bond in his California gun charge. According to The Advocate, Assistant U.S. Attorney Will Morris told U.S Magistrate Judge Richard Bourgeois Jr. on Tuesday (October 26) that the federal government doesn't seek to have NBA Youngboy, real name Kentrell Gaulden, held in custody.
The court then ruled for the Sincerely Kentrell rapper to be released under certain conditions and will serve his house arrest at his Utah home, where a recording studio will be built for him.
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Last week, the 22-year-old rapper was granted bond in Louisiana over his gun charges related to the 2020 arrest in Baton Rouge. Another case was then filed in Los Angeles that prevented his release. The case stems from his March arrest where the feds busted him for a warrant from his Baton Rouge gun charge and they discovered a handgun in his Maybach truck.
Two of Youngboy's attorneys, James Manasseh and Andre Belanger, revealed that the arraignment in LA should be in November.