NBA Youngboy is once again back to his old shenanigans. On Tuesday afternoon, NBA Youngboy was reported to be under federal investigation according to WBRZ, Baton rouge’s local ABC affiliate.
16 other individuals including NBA Youngboy were arrested last September while filming a music video.
The lawful bust exposed the rapper for owning fourteen firearms, three grams of marijuana, and a dose of hydrocodone. Authorities also stated that they arrested members of the “Bottom Boy Gorilla” (BBG) group, which they described as a street gang.
NBA Youngboy was then charged with possession of schedule 1 drugs, distribution/manufacturing of schedule 2 drugs, and distribution/manufacturing of schedule 4 drugs. Even though he was not charged with any accounts for firearms, many would’ve thought he learned a lesson from his arrest back in September.
Since the 21-year-old rapper has a long list of charges and felony accounts he is prohibited from possessing a firearm by both state and federal law.
Official charges have not been filed against the rapper, but Moore says that both his law firm and U.S. Attorney’s office are investigating YoungBoy’s association in the situation.
NBA YoungBoy’s lawyer James Manasseh, filed a motion to have the rapper released from bond supervision after four months have passed since the incident and no charges have been filed during that time. The judge also declared the return of a selection of possessions back to YoungBoy. These possessions include over $40,000 in cash and a $300,000 cashier’s check, which were also commandeered during the arrest.
The motion states: “The Office of the District Attorney has returned Mr. Gaulden’s seized property and there is no indication that the State intends to file a Bill of Information against Mr. Gaulden.” Currently, NBA YoungBoy is not in custody and was released, soon after the incident on a $75,000 bond.
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