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NBA YoungBoy Runs From His Fans After Court In Viral Video



Video Of NBA YoungBoy Running Out Of Court From His Fans

Video Of NBA YoungBoy Running Out Of Court From His Fans

Sixteen months following his arrest on a gun charge in Los Angeles, NBA YoungBoy is on trial. The Baton Rouge, La. native is facing a charge of possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon.

Instead of taking a plea deal, YoungBoy has decided to fight the charges in court. His trial started on Tuesday (July 12).

As his first order of business before jury selection and opening statements, the judge ruled to exclude the use of YoungBoy’s rap lyrics as evidence.

In a new video currently making rounds online from the day 3 of his trial, NBA YoungBoy can be seen running out of court from fans waiting for him outside. Apparently, he was not in the mood for their shenanigans that he had to activate his Usain Bolt’s legs.

Prosecutors sought to use lyrics from YoungBoy’s songs GunsmokeLife Support, and Lonely Child to prove their case.

In a filing Monday, prosecutors said they wanted to use the lyrics “FN, Glock, MAC-10s” from Gunsmoke to show Gaulden’s alleged “familiarity and knowledge of FN, the high-end manufacturer of the gun found in (his) car that he denies knowingly possessing.”

YoungBoy, born Kentrell Gaulden, and his defense team successfully blocked the request, arguing in a dueling filing that the lyrics were irrelevant and could interfere with his right to a fair trial.

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