NBA YoungBoy Fall Update – Here’s what happens

There is an update at NBA YoungBoy . Check out the latest reports from The Shade Room.

“As previously reported, Los Angeles federal agencies and police arrested #NBAYoungBoy in Los Angeles in March this year. The charges are reportedly linked to an arrest in September 2020 for possession of a firearm. YoungBoy was initially granted a loan but was later revoked after the government filed a motion. On Monday, NBA YoungBoy lawyers filed a motion for the rapper’s release, who is due to reappear in court in August, ”noted TSR.

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TSR also said NBA YoungBoy attorneys revealed in court documents they received that the rapper and his legal team were “blind” from the March arrest.

They claim that “they were not contacted about a voluntary surrender and that the motivation behind the ban was to damage the NBA YoungBoy brand.”

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“The only evidence of their motivation behind this decision is the operation’s title,” NEVER FREE AGAIN “, a clear attack on the” Never Broke Again “brand of the defendant and related legal entities,” the court documents read.

NBA YoungBoy is currently charged with “possession of a firearm by a convicted felon” and possession of an unregistered firearm.

“These charges come from an indictment filed with the government following his arrest in September,” noted TSR.

Someone said, ‘Everyone in the room giggled when they mentioned the operation’ and one commenter posted this: ‘You stop playing with this man who’s talking about “never free again” 😂’

Another follower said: “He has way too many children to be locked up. Set her free 😂😂 ‘and one commenter posted this:’ Nah, that’s cold and ionic. They hate it when a young black man makes millions. ‘

One commenter said, “Never free again? Too strange that she just itched to bury him in the system. ‘

Stay tuned for more news.

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