In a video that began making the rounds on social media on Saturday (November 4), the Alabama native can be seen getting set upon by a group of men, reportedly over Lil Rye’s oversized chain. After it was posted to No Jumper’s Instagram page, YoungBoy took to the comments section to share his thoughts on the matter — and he didn’t hesitate to make his distaste for Lil Rye known.
“Bitch got stripped out of his clothes like a hoe,” he said. “Don’t entertain him no more. #topsay.”
Check out the video, and the comment, below.
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) November 5, 2023
NBA YoungBoy is currently stuck on house arrest — but he recently requested an amendment to his house arrest rules, claiming that they’re in effect due to evidence provided by police officers who are now under investigation themselves. He wants to be able to travel for “employment-related activities.”
According to court documents obtained by HipHopDX, the rapper (real name Kentrell DeSean Gaulden) wasn’t aware that the police who arrested him back in September of 2020 were also under investigation — and subsequently arrested — for a myriad of corruption charges.
As a result of the four officers being under arrest themselves, NBA YoungBoy submitted a memorandum of law in support of his amended release on Wednesday (November 1), pointing out that doing so would be a question of honoring his human rights.
“18 U.S.C. § 3142(f), allows for the detention hearing to be reopened at any time before trial if the judicial officer finds that information exists that was not known to the movant at the time of the hearing and that has a material bearing on the issue of whether there are conditions of release that will reasonably assure the appearance of the person as required and the safety of any other person and the community,” reads the memorandum.
It continues: “Out of an abundance of caution, Mr. Gaulden shows that there is new information that exists that was not known to the movant at the time of the hearing and that has a material bearing on the conditions of his release.
“More specifically, four BRPD Street Crimes Unit officers, all of whom were involved in the September 28, 2020, round-up and arrest of Mr. Gaulden and nearly 20 other individuals, have now been arrested as a direct result of their misconduct in relation to this very investigation.”
The Baton Rouge native goes on to say that the sales of his album have been suffering due to his inability to travel at will, and that he doesn’t want to “burden this Honorable Court with each employment-related request but needs the ability to request such activities in order to maintain his employment as ordered.”