Youngboy NBA Ordered To Stay Out Of Clubs And Gets Banned From Social Media

AllHipHop Staff

A judge spared Youngboy Never Broke Again prison but put some serious limitations on the rapper.

(AllHipHop News) Youngboy Never Broke Again avoided a ten-year prison sentence earlier this week, after a judge ruled an incident in Georgia was not enough to violate the rapper's probation.

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

Youngboy, born Kentrell Gaulden, ran afoul of the law over an altercation with his girlfriend in Georgia, which resulted in a slew of new charges, including being a fugitive from justice in Georgia for alleged assault, weapons violations, and kidnapping.

During a hearing last week, a judge stopped short of sending Youngboy to prison, and put a GPS monitor on the rapper, ordered him to undergo counseling and obtain his GED.

His rap career will also suffer, since he is barred from leaving New Orleans, and can only travel to Atlanta, for his court appearances.

The judge also banned Youngboy NBA from nightclubs and bars, and social media.

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This loser should be in prison period