Welcome home, NBA YoungBoy.
After spending seven months in prison, YoungBoy Never Broke Again has finally been released from prison. He was immediately placed under a 24-hour home confinement.
Early Friday morning (Oct. 29), a photo opp surfaced of the rapper from his Utah home. As part of his house arrest, his lawyer says his client must wear an ankle monitor and submit drug testing. Only family members can reside with him and only three visitors with an approval by a court are allowed at a time. He also plans to build a home-studio on his Utah property and hire security.
Last week, the 22-year old rapper was granted bond in Louisiana, which was also honored in a Los Angeles court this week for his charge of a felon in possession of a firearm. He was also ordered to pay $1.5 million property bond or put $500,000 cash into a trust account of his attorneys.
In March, NBA YoungBoy was arrested following a pursuit by the FBI in Los Angeles. The arrest stemmed from an outstanding warrant on drug and gun charges from his arrest in Baton Rouge in September 2020.
Last month, he welcomed his eighth child and released his latest album Sincerely, Kentrell, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 charts.