It looks like NBA Youngboy will be spending more time in jail before being placed on house arrest for the rest of his probation.
The Louisiana rapper will be serving another two months in jail, until officials place him on house arrest for the remainder of his probation since being jailed in back in May. Youngboy, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulden, was ordered to serve 90 days in jail but was given credit for time served. After his time is completed, he will begin house arrest for almost 14 months. The ruling took place on Friday, June 21.
The judge also ruled that the rapper will not be able to perform and will be required to wear a GPS monitor during his house arrest. The jail time stems from a 2016 shooting case in which he pleaded guilty. The plea deal sentenced Gaulden to three years of probation with a suspended 10-year prison sentence. One of the conditions of his probation was that he remain free of additional arrests and convictions, according to WAFB 9.
Gauldin was arrested on Feb. 11, 2019 in Atlanta after a woman he was with allegedly assaulted a housekeeper after he told a staff member to keep housekeeping out of his room.
The woman, Starr Thigpen, reportedly assaulted one of the staff members by punching her in the face. Judge Jackson ruled to put his probation on hold while the district attorney’s office investigates a social media video allegedly showing Gaulden making violent threats. The story is still developing.