NBA YoungBoy had been under house arrest for violating the terms of his probation.
He just caught a huge break in that case
Over the objections of the prosecutor, a judge in Lousiana has terminated NBA's probation early because he's complied with all its conditions over the past several months.
That means YoungBoy can start doing shows, use social media, and get in the studio to make more music. It also means he can leave his home town of Baton Rouge, as Boosie Badazz has suggested he do.
According to his lawyer James Manasseh, that's exactly what YoungBoy will do.
"Being in Baton Rouge isn't conducive to him being able to grow and move forward,"Manasseh said, adding that he thinks YoungBoy will move to Los Angeles.
YoungBoy had been on probation as part of his sentence for his involvement in non-fatal 2016 Baton Rouge driveby. Earlier this year, he was slapped with a three-month sentence for violating that probation when he was involved in a shooting at The Rolling Loud festival in Miami, preceded by aggressive social media behavior. After serving his 90 days he was placed under house arrest for what was supposed to be 14 months. It ended up being six.
Hide your daughters.