Cudgel ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Police say a sum of 16 individuals were captured on medication and gun charges in Baton Rouge on Monday, Sept. 28.
Among them was diagram besting rapper, NBA YoungBoy, whose genuine name is Kentrell Gaulden.
Gaulden faces drug ownership, drug dispersion, criminal possessing a gun, and taken guns charges. Police say each of the 16 face comparable varieties of similar charges.
"Kentrell isn't blameworthy of any violations," the rapper's lawyer, James Manasseh, said in an announcement delivered Tuesday, Sept. 29. "There's nothing in the report that demonstrates that he did anything incorrectly. They captured a few people and there was no sign that he had any weapons or medications on him at the hour of the capture. I at last accept he will be discovered blameless in the entirety of this."
Prior this month, the rapper's sophomore collection, Top, earned the No.1 spot on the Billboard 200 outline.
In December of 2019, a court-affirmed music video caused issues with the rapper's rent, and an adjudicator ended his probation so he could move out of the state.