YoungBoy Never Broke Again Extradited to Georgia, Denied Bond
Following his arrest over the weekend in Tallahassee, Fla., on a fugitive warrant, today (Feb. 26), YoungBoy Never Broke Again was extradited to Georgia to face aggravated assault, kidnapping and weapons charges. XXL has confirmed with the Leon County Sheriff's Office that he has not been granted bond.
The charges stem from an altercation the rapper got into with his girlfriend, Jania, at a hotel in Waycross, Ga. After his arrest, surveillance footage surfaced of the incident. The video, which was reportedly captured only hours before YoungBoy's arrest, shows the rapper slamming the woman to the ground outside of their room. He then picks her up and roughly carries her about the hallway. People who heard the commotion called the police, but by the time they arrived, YoungBoy and his girl had fled.
Following the incident, blood was found in the hotel room. The woman has denied NBA was trying to physically harm her, but at this point, it looks like the authorities will have to settle the issue.
If he has to face legal consequences, this would be a major setback for the bubbling rapper, born Kentrell Gaulden. The 19-year-old is only months removed from a prison bid. He was released from prison last May after pleading out on an attempted murder case. In that incident, NBA admitted to shooting a firearm on Baton Rouge's Kentucky Street on Nov. 2, 2016. The shooting was believed to be in retaliation from the murder of Keondrae Ricks, who was killed on a nearby street earlier that day.
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