NBA Youngboy Will Not Be Allowed To Perform For Over A Year

The judge has given the rapper a tight set of rules to abide by while he serves his probation.

(AllHipHop News) The judge overseeing NBA Youngboy's probation has decided to free the rapper with some strict conditions.

The rapper was sent back to jail after a judge revoked his probation in the aftermath of a deadly shooting in Miami on Mother's Day.

NBA Youngboy was sentenced to 90 days in prison and he was given credit for already serving one month.

In the most significant news, the judge agreed to allow NBA Youngboy to serve out the rest of his probation on house arrest.

He will be confined to his home for the next 14 months, and must also wear a GPS monitor around his ankle at all times.

In the most significant blow to the rap star's career he will not be allowed to perform during his time on house arrest

The rap star, born Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, , became jammed up after posting a series of threatening messages in the wake of the gunfire in Miami.

NBA Youngboy and his entourage were shot at as they were exiting the Trump International Beach Resort Miami during Rolling Loud on May 12.

The rap star's girlfriend was struck in the shoulder and a 5-year-old was grazed by a bullet.

An innocent man named Mohamad Jradi was killed when he was hit by a stray bullet.

The cops currently have no suspect.

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Shid, make your money. Make more music while u got this time. Stay on social media. Record a video at home, and post that ish. I'm sure there is a loophole in that house arrest. #thelegendkc

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So basically the judge is saying you can't make no money while you're on probation. I think that's over reaching by hindering him from making a living