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NBA YoungBoy Says He’s “Not Big On Fatherhood” When Asked How Important It Is To Him

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NBA YoungBoy Says He’s ‘Not Big On Fatherhood’ When Asked How Important It Is To Him

Rapper NBA Youngboy is known as much for his hip hop music, as he is for his prolific seed spreading. The rapper has 11 children, from 9 different women – including Yaya Mayweather, daughter of legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather.

Ironically, the rapper – who is just 24 – is not really “into” fatherhood.

In a new interview, Youngboy was asked what he thought about being a father. The rapper told the interviewer that he’s “not really big on fatherhood, to be honest.” He claims that he’d rather be with his homies, or making music, or even just “watching tv all day.”

NBA Youngboy is an American rapper. Between 2015 and 2017, he released eight independent mixtapes and steadily garnered a cult following through his work. In August 2017, Gaulden was signed to Atlantic Records. In January 2018, he released the single “Outside Today”, which peaked at number 31 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song became the lead single for his debut studio album Until Death Call My Name (2018) which peaked at number 7 on the US Billboard 200.

In October 2019, Gaulden released the single “Bandit” (with Juice Wrld), which became his first top-ten single. A week later, he released AI YoungBoy 2 (2019), which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. In April 2020, he released 38 Baby 2, becoming his second chart-topping project on the Billboard 200. Later that year, Gaulden released his second studio album Top (2020), which followed suit as his third chart-topping project in less than a year.

In September 2021, Sincerely, Kentrell (2021) was released during his incarceration, topping the charts again, making him the third artist besides 2Pac and Lil Wayne to have a chart-topping album while incarcerated.

In August 2022, he released his fourth studio album, The Last Slimeto (2022), which marked his final studio album with Atlantic Records. In late 2022, Gaulden signed to Motown[10] and released his fifth album, I Rest My Case, in January 2023. In April 2023, he released his sixth full-length studio album, Don’t Try This at Home.

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