A Judge Has Ordered NBA YoungBoy To Be Detained Following Miami Shooting

Rapper NBA Youngboy Reportedly Involved In Shooting Outside Trump International Beach Resort In Sunny Isles, Florida

Earlier today a Baton Rouge Judge ordered NBA YoungBoy to be detained and to avoid posting on social media following the recent shooting that took place in Miami.

A report from The Advocate claims, District Judge Bonnie Jackson had put NBA YoungBoy on probation in August of 2017, after giving the rapper a suspended 10-year prison term. Judge Jackson reportedly claims that she saw him on a video last weekend, "talking trash and smack."

If it is proven that he was the one on the video she plans to revoke his probation at his next court experience, which is scheduled for June 21st. NBA YoungBoy was also ordered to stay off social media and that if he doesn't she would make him serve the suspended prison time.

Back in 2017 NBA YoungBoy pleaded guilty to aggravated assault with a firearm in a nonfatal drive by-shooting that took place in 2016. Following the incident he was given a 10-year prison sentence and was put on probation for three years. Since then he's been arrested twice over the past two years. Although Judge Jackson had decided not to revoke his probation following his arrest in 2018.

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