NBA YoungBoy Not Guilty In California Gun Case, Fans Celebrate
YoungBoy Never Broke Again is now a free man. In his federal firearms case, the 22-year-old was recently found not guilty, according to Complex. Following his surprise FBI arrest last year, YoungBoy was possibly facing a lengthy jail sentence for criminal gun possession charges. His decision was made only a few days after his legal team was successful in preventing the use of his “Gunsmoke” and “Life Support” lyrics as evidence before Central District of California Judge R. Gary Klausner, the presiding judge. The absence of fingerprints in this well-known case was again highlighted by his lawyers on Thursday, July 14.
After being found not guilty, the Colors singer only said, “I feel great,” according to Rolling Stone reporter Nancy Dillon.
The trial of the Baton Rouge native may have significant repercussions for other high-profile cases involving rappers like Young Thug and Gunna, especially in light of the fact that song lyrics were excluded from evidence during the trial, which is why this news represents a significant victory for YoungBoy Never Broke Again.
While YoungBoy and his supporters will likely rejoice over this significant legal victory, the controversial young musician still has a pending criminal charge related to a pistol in Louisiana. Time will tell if the Top rapper is able to escape all of his legal woes unscathed because he has also entered a not guilty plea in that case.
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