There’s an update in the case of NBA YoungBoy . Check out the latest reports coming from The Shade Room.
‘As previously reported, federal authorities and the Los Angeles Police Department arrested #NBAYoungBoy in Los Angeles in March of this year. The charges are reportedly related to a September 2020 arrest regarding felony possession of a firearm. YoungBoy was initially granted bond, but it was later revoked after the government filed a motion. On Monday, NBA YoungBoy’s lawyers filed a motion for a pre-trial release of the rapper, who is set to appear in court again in August,’ TSR noted.
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TSR also said that in court documents that they obtained, NBA YoungBoy’s attorneys revealed that the rapper and his legal team were ‘blindsided’ by the arrest in March.
They allege that ‘they were not contacted for a voluntary surrender and that the motivation behind the no contact was to tarnish NBA YoungBoy’s brand.’
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‘The only evidence of their motivation behind this decision is the title of the operation, “NEVER FREE AGAIN,” a clear attack on to defendant’s brand “Never Broke Again” and related legal entities,’ the court documents stated.
NBA YoungBoy is currently charged with ‘possession of a firearm by a convicted felon’ and possession of an unregistered firearm.
‘These charges stem from a federal indictment obtained by the government that was based on his September arrest,’ TSR noted.
Someone said: ‘Everybody in the room was giggling when they named the operation,’ and a commenter posted this: ‘Yo stop playing with that man talking ab some “never free again” 😂’
One other follower said: ‘He got wayyyyy too many kids to be locked up. Let em free 😂😂’ and a commenter posted this: ‘Nah, that’s cold af and ion like that. They hate to see a young black man making millions.’
A commenter said: ‘Never free again? Too weird how they was just itching to burry him in the system.’
Stay tuned for more news.