Will NBA YoungBoy remain in jail despite bond? Rapper may face another gun charge

The new case for which the rapper has to get approval apparently stems from police finding a gun in his Maybach Truck


                            Will NBA YoungBoy remain in jail despite bond? Rapper may face another gun charge
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NBA YoungBoy, who was behind the bars since April over firearm-related charges, was finally granted bond in the case after the judge signed the bond release i.e. a house arrest in Utah with military guards. The good news quickly broke the Internet as his loyal fans could not contain their excitement.

However, a conflicting report was shared hours later revealing that the rapper, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, might not be getting out of jail as another gun charge case has been opened. DJ Akademiks posted on his social media accounts revealing that the judge will have to approve the new bond too before NBA YoungBoy finally steps out of the jail. The 22-year-old hip-hop artist is currently held in St Martin Parish Correctional Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  
 
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Is NBA YoungBoy still in custody despite being granted bond?

Taking to his Twitter, DJ Akademiks shared an update on NBA’s bond. On Twitter, he wrote, “BREAKING: NBA Youngboy still in custody after being granted bond on his federal gun charge that stemmed from him shooting music videos in Louisiana.” He added, “The new case that he now must get a new bond approval for before he can be free stems from police finding gun in his Maybach Truck.” Speaking on similar lines, the Twitter page of My Mixtapez, too shared an update writing, “BREAKING: NBA Youngboy will reportedly not be getting out as California has asked for his bond to be placed on hold due to a case they have with him as well.”
 
In another post, they added, “One of NBA Youngboy’s lawyers, Andre Belanger stated that YB must stand before a judge in Los Angeles next week before he is officially released to stay in Utah to serve his house arrest.”  YoungBoy, who also goes by the name of YoungBoy Never Broke Again was busted in Los Angeles back in March and was later shifted to Louisiana. According to Complex, Chief U.S. District Judge Shelly Dick previously denied YoungBoy’s bond, saying the rapper was “inclined toward reckless, illegal, dangerous behavior…and no combination of bond conditions could ensure the community’s safety.” The new case for which the rapper has to get approval apparently stems from police finding a gun in his Maybach Truck.  

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‘They're running a judicial train on my boy’

The fans of NBA YoungBoy thronged to Twitter as soon as they got the new update. “They did #youngboynba dirty”, said one user as another claimed, “False information… federal inmate search says Kentrell Gaulden is not in BOP custody.” To this another user replied, “He’s not in federal custody yet because he hasn’t been convicted of anything. He’s populating on the website because he has federal charges brought up against him but as of right now, he’s not convicted of any federal crime so no he’s not in BOP custody.”
 
Meanwhile, one user stated, “They can’t keep getting away with this” as another added, “When the system wants you locked up they'll do everything.” The next one tweeted, “They're running a judicial train on my boy” while one chimed in and said, “These people dont wanna see my brother win mane.” One user concluded, “Lord they tryna keep my boy locked up so bad! Let him loose.”
 

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