NBA Youngboy was recently filmed feeding the homeless during one of his community services events.
Youngboy was ordered to perform community service after he was caught on camera beating his girlfriend Jania. Youngboy was in jeopardy of having his probation revoked.
Youngboy, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulden, was arrested in early March after he was caught on surveillance beating his girlfriend Jania.
District Judge Bonnie Jackson decided to instead add conditions to his three-year probationary period, the New Orleans Advocate reports.
Jackson reportedly ordered Youngboy have a GPS monitor installed, complete a domestic abuse violence program, undergo counseling and complete community service work at the New Orleans Mission.
Youngboy must also reside in New Orleans, refrain from bars or clubs, not leave Louisiana for at least the next six months, except to travel to Atlanta for court appearances, have no social media postings, and enroll in a GED program.
Jackson will review his probation May 18.
Leon said the probation revocation motion has not been withdrawn, but merely tabled.
In August 2017, Youngboy was given three years probation for attempted murder charges.
A judge suspended the Baton Rouge rapper’s 10-year prison term and placed him on three years of active supervised probation for his role in a November 2016 drive-by shooting, the New Orleans Advocate reports.
One of the special conditions of Youngboy’s probation in Louisiana is that he remains arrest-and conviction-free.