YoungBoy Never Broke Again just earned a huge courtroom win and is coming home as a result.
As RAPTV reported earlier this week, the legal team of YoungBoy Never Broke Again, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulding, presented plans for Young Boy to relocate to Utah full-time during a hearing on Monday, October 18th.
Multiple reports broke this afternoon confirming YB is being released from St. Martin Parish Correctional Center in St. Martinville, Louisiana, where he has been incarcerated since his March arrest.
In addition to relocating to his Utah residence, conditions of YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s bond release maintain that he is to remain under the surveillance of Military guards round the clock.
He's being released after the judge granted conditional bond release to a house in Utah with Military guards— RapTV (@raptvcom) October 22, 2021
YoungBoy Never Broke Again originally had an indictment returned against him in September of 2020 and was charged with being a felon in possession of an unregistered Masterpiece Arms 9 mm and a .45 caliber Glock Model 21 pistol.
According to Rolling Stone, YoungBoy Never Broke Again plans to live near childhood mentor Kyrie Oliver, whom he built a bond with during a mentorship program at a Baton Rouge school.
Though his plans were almost foiled when prosecutors scrutinized over $600,000 in payments for “celebrity assistant,” services Oliver has allegedly been providing YB, claiming she could not properly serve as a guardian to YB because challenging him, “Would risk her and her family losing a substantial financial pipeline.”
Atlantic Records Julie Greenwald also maintained the record label has more than a $2 million dollar investment in YoungBoy Never Broke Again and plans to build a home studio for him in Utah as a part of his bonded release.