NBA Youngboy got himself out of a possible lengthy prison term last week after a judge decided to suspend his 10-year sentence for aggravated assault. The Baton Rouge rapper was instead placed on three years of active supervised probation Tuesday for his role in a November 2016 drive-by shooting.
Youngboy, who signed a reported $2 million deal with Atlantic Records, is now focusing on his music career. The 17-year-old artist is now prepping the release of his upcoming project “Broken Hearted.”
Youngboy took to IG to showcase his artwork and reveal its Sept. 20 release date.