Three people were arrested at NBA YoungBoy's house in Texas
A house in Texas owned by NBA YoungBoy, and where his mother Sherhonda Gaulden lives, was raided by a SWAT team after a warrant was issued on Tuesday morning (January 25). According to TMZ, Youngboy's mom wasn't present at the time but three people were arrested at the house.
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Although Youngboy or his mom haven't been accused of anything, Harris Co. Sheriff's spokesperson Thomas Gilliland says the suspects named, Roymellow Williams, Daryl Brown, and Carleon Gallien, were arrested in connection to a November shooting that left a man with non-fatal injuries to the body and head. The suspects are being charged with Aggravated Assault and Aggravated Robbery. The cops also confiscated several weapons including AR-15s, pistols, and long guns during the raid.
YoungBoy, who's on house arrest in Utah, is aiming at #3 on Billboard 200 with his new mixtape, Colors, which is projected to sell 69,000 album-equivalent units this week. The 22-year old rapper is currently said to be taking a six-month break from the public eye to focus on his next studio album.