There Is A 90% Chance NBA Youngboy Will Do Hard Time Over Social Media Post

The judge says she is 90% sure the rapper made a threatening post.

(AllHipHop News) Rap star NBA Youngboy is behind bars after a judge revoked his probation over his ties to a deadly shooting in Miami last weekend.

NBA Youngboy and his entourage came under fire from a passing SUV, as they were exiting the Trump International Beach Resort Miami during Rolling Loud last Sunday (May 12).

His girlfriend was struck in the shoulder and a 5-year-old was almost killed, before members of the rapper's entourage returned fire.

The men, who were licensed to carry their firearms, shot and killed an innocent man named Mohamad Jradi, who was sitting in his van and was hit by a stray bullet.

Cops in Miami declined to press charges against NBA Youngboy or his crew, but his old case in Baton Rouge has caught up with him again.

The rapper is currently on a 10 year supervised probation for his role in a drive-by shooting in Baton Rouge in December of 2016.

Back in March of 2018, NBA Youngboy, born Kentrell Gaulden, avoided a ten-year prison sentence after he allegedly attacked a woman he was dating named Jania Jackson. While the 19-year-old avoided prison for the incident in Georgia, the judge ordered the rapper to stay out of clubs and off of social media.

A menacing post on Instagram caught the attention of the judge presiding over his case and was enough to send the young rapper to the slammer.

“All around you people are dropping dead, and you don’t care,” District Judge Bonnie Jackson’s snapped.

The court is analyzing the video in question. If she rules the man making threats is NBA Youngboy, he will be sent to prison to serve his full 10-year sentence.

NBA Youngboy will be locked up until June 21, when he will have his next hearing.

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See ya later Youngboy, by the time you get out you will be a man!!!! Everyone is beyond sick of all the shootings, innocent people getting killed etc.......