NBA YoungBoy has been locked up since last month because of his involvement in a deadly shooting during the Rolling Loud festival.
YoungBoy wasn't charged in the incident because the authorities in Florida determined that YoungBoy and his entourage were acting in self-defense. However, Lousiana District Judge Bonnie Jackson, who put YoungBoy on probation for three years in August of 2017 as part of his sentence for his involvement in a Baton Rouge driveby, found a video of YoungBoy "talking trash and smack" on a social media video right before the Rolling Loud incident.
One of the conditions of his probation is that he refrain from all social media activity.
Today, YoungBoy was sentenced to 90 days in prison with credit for the one month he just served for violating probation.
He will also have to serve out the rest of probation -- 14 months -- under house arrest. One of the conditions of the house arrest is he will not be able to perform.