Rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again, conceived Kentrell Gaulden, was found not blameworthy in his lawful offense weapon preliminary in Los Angles on July 15

Gaulden was accused of ownership of a gun after specialists recuperated a gun from the floor of his vehicle during his capture in Los Angeles last March.

 As per Rolling Stone, he contended that he in no way wanted to have the weapon, as he didn't realize it was in that frame of mind at that point. At the preliminary,

it was uncovered that no DNA or fingerprints of his had been tracked down on the weapon. Only three days prior,

the appointed authority administered to bar the utilization of his verses as proof. Vulture has contacted NBA YoungBoy's legitimate group for input.

Gaulden isn't free at this time: The case that prompted his L.A. capture is set for preliminary in Louisana.

He was captured in Baton Rouge in 2020 for ownership of an unregistered firearm. 

The adjudicator in Louisana has precluded utilizing video proof that had been gotten illicitly with an ill-advised court order.