It is also unveiled that the ‘Right Foot Creep’ rapper, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, allegedly violates his probation by going to a recording studio without permission.
AceShowbiz -NBA YoungBoy (YoungBoy Never Broke Again) seemingly couldn’t get himself out of trouble. It was unveiled that the “Right Foot Creep” rapper tested positive for THC after he initially used fake urine for a drug test.
The 22-year-old hip-hop star, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, used a urine device to fill a testing cup with someone else’s urine, according to AllHipHop. However, his probation officer noticed that and eventually confronted the emcee.
Of the incident, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Louisiana explained, “When questioned, the defendant pulled up his pants quickly. The defendant denied using a device and would not comply with the officer’s attempts to view the device.” It added, “The defendant was informed that the test would be negated, and a second sample would be required.”
“After the request, the defendant was allowed to get water,” the statement further read. “The defendant was instructed to remain in the lobby and not leave for any reason; however, the defendant left the office without permission prior to providing a second sample.”
It was not until the following day that YoungBoy admitted to using a CBD vape pen throughout his pretrial supervision. In addition, the rapper allegedly violated his probation by going to a recording studio without permission from his probation officer.
The news arrived after a jury found YoungBoy not guilty of a charge of illegal firearms possession over a loaded handgun found in his car last year. The verdict was announced on July 15 after a 3-day trial.
His legal issue doesn’t stop him from creating music though. On August 5, the rhymer dropped his latest album “The Last Slimeto”. The 30-track set features guest appearances from the likes of Quavo, Rod Wave and Kehlani. The studio record marked YoungBoy’s last release on Atlantic Records.
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