NBA Youngboy has been in jail since late March, after being arrested by LAPD and being put into federal custody. These are for gun charges, which date back to a video shoot in his hometown of Baton Rouge, last September. Youngboy was labeled as a flight risk in April, and still has no chance of bail before his trial, according to AllHipHop.
Judge Scott D. Johnson has ruled that the Baton Rouge rapper is“ too “dangerous” and “reckless.” Youngboy was initially indicted on March 10, on charges of one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and one count of possession of a firearm not registered on the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record.
Youngboy tried to make his plea that he’d wear an ankle monitor, put up $2 million in real estate, and another $1 million from his bank account, to prove that he wouldn’t be a flight risk. Judge Johnson ended up claiming that the charges on the table are enough to keep him in jail, though. He also cited Youngboy running from police.
In addition to fleeing from police and these charges, the feds also found photos of Youngboy holding guns with his crew, along with one next to a child, who is reported to be close to 10-years-old.
Check out those photos below.