After spending nearly seven months in jail, YoungBoy Never Broke Again is now a free man. The Baton Rouge rapper was released from St. Martin Parish Correctional Center on Tuesday(Oct. 26) after a Louisiana judge granted him bond in his gun case.
The rapper’s legal team, Drew Findling and Andre Belanger tell TMZ that NBA was granted bail after wiring $500k to a trust account managed by them. As part of the conditions of his release, YoungBoy, born Kentrell Gaulden must remain under house arrest in Utah.
He is only allowed to have three visitors at his Utah property at any given time, and they must be pre-approved by Judge Dick. Also whatever visitor he entertains have to leave his house by 9:00 p.
m. and cannot return until 7:00 a.m.
YoungBoy was busted in Los Angeles back in March on a federal warrant, with the FBI taking him into custody using a K-9 unit after he allegedly attempted to evade a traffic stop.
After the L.A. arrest, the 21-year old was transported to Louisiana and booked into a jail in St. Martin Parish, where he’s remained behind bars.
The father of eight is planning on building a recording studio and getting back to making music.