After being granted permission to serve house arrest in Utah, NBA YoungBoy was just freed from the St. Martin Parish jail. People are dubbing the individual in a recent photo of the rapper taken after his release as his clone. Of course, on a humorous note.
The rapper’s real name is Kentrell Gaulden. Moreover, he was captured by the FBI in March 2021 after allegedly fleeing from LAPD cops. After an attempted traffic stop for an outstanding warrant. A firearm was allegedly discovered in his vehicle by the authorities.
Who is NBA Youngboy?
Kentrell DeSean Gaulden was born in 1999. He is famous by his name NBA YoungBoy as well as YounBoy Never Broke Again professionally. He is a rapper in America. Furthermore, he released six mixtapes independently between 2015 and 2017. On the Billboard Hot 100 chart, his Outside Today was at number 31. Then on the US Billboard 200, his album called, Until Death Call My Name, which was released in 2018, was at number 7.
Latest photo NBA Youngboy
NBA’s first public appearance since his release from prison has surprised fans.
DJ Akademiks shared the most recent photo of the rapper on Instagram. Furthermore, social media users were quick to comment on his appearance.
The rapper is wearing a maroon full-sleeve T-shirt, and his hair is done in dreadlocks in the photo. He finished off his ensemble with a large chain.
He is shown in the picture with a young girl. While posing casually, the rapper flashed a smile for the camera.
NBA Youngboy’s recent photo surprises fans
NBA’s recent photo has gone viral on Twitter. But not only because fans are glad to see him back in the United States.
Many people are astonished by the rapper’s appearance, which has led to comparisons to Rich the Kid.
Meanwhile, some have speculated that the man in the picture is actually NBA YoungBoy’s clone.
Re-tweeting the picture, one wrote, “This a young boy clone”
Another added, “Nah bro this ain’t #youngboy this a clone”
“The latest picture of NBA Youngboy looks like a certified clone,” tweeted another fan.
Conditions of Youngboy’s release
Following his release, the rapper is compelled to live in a specified manner at his home in Layton.
During his home arrest, the rapper was supervised by “severe constraints,” according to The Advocate.
During his time at home, NBA’s lawyers offered a “checks and balances” system to keep an eye on him. According to reports, the experienced guards have devised a strategy to “keep particular people” away from his home.
According to reports, the rapper’s record label’s chairman testified that a recording studio would be built inside his home. So that, he could continue to concentrate on his music.