YoungBoy Never Broke Again is getting a break following his Florida arrest last month, as a judge has decided not to revoke his probation, but there is still a catch. The Baton Rouge rapper, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulden, has been given a list of conditions from Judge Bonnie Jackson that he must abide to for the rest of his three-year probation period.

The Advocate reports that during a court appearance last week, Jackson ordered that YoungBoy must have a GPS monitor installed. He also has to complete a domestic abuse violence program, undergo counseling as well as do community service at the New Orleans Mission. On top of participating in those programs, he also must reside in New Orleans and stay away from going to bars or clubs. He is also forbidden from leaving Louisiana over the next six months, unless it is to travel to Atlanta for court appearances.

Fans will also feel even more out of touch with the "No Smoke" spitter, as he cannot have any  social media postings, but he will be using that time away wisely, as he has to enroll in a GED program.

Jackson will be reviewing his probation on May 18, so hopefully YoungBoy sticks to his conditions through then. For now, not revoking his probation is a temporary decision, but it could change at any point.

If you recall, YoungBoy was sent back to jail after he arrested back in February, but was released on $75,000 bond in March. Four days later, he was charged with kidnapping and aggravated assault of his girlfriend after surveillance footage of an incident in a Georgia hotel surfaced online.

The rapper was just released from jail for his role in a drive-by shooting last spring, and has been soaring on the rap radar since. Hopefully he can abide by these conditions for the sake of his family, career and fan base.

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