NBA YoungBoy’s Attorney Provides Details of the Rapper’s Charges

NBA YoungBoy’s attorney, James Manasseh, has provided details of his client’s recent arrest in Los Angeles, revealing that the arrest warrant stems from his arrest in September 2020.

On Tuesday, Manasseh revealed that the warrant out of Baton Rouge is for Felon in Possession of a Firearm, a charge that stems from a September incident in which NBA YoungBoy and 15 others were arrested on drug and firearm charges while making a music video. Police confiscated drugs, 14 guns, and $79,000 during the arrest.

Prior to the arrests, Baton Rouge police were called to an abandoned property in response to reports of a large group brandishing firearms and filming a video. Upon arrival, authorities say two street gangs, Never Broke Again and Bottom Boy Guerillas, were identified in the group.

NBA YoungBoy is reportedly facing a minimum of 5-10 years in prison.

Source: The Advocate

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