Rapper NBA Youngboy Has Been Hitting The Gym While On House Arrest – Shows Off New Muscles!!

Rapper NBA Youngboy Has Been Hitting The Gym While On House Arrest – Shows Off New Muscles!!

According to Media Take Out, rapper NBA Youngboy has adopted a healthier lifestyle since his release from prison on bail, resulting in a noticeable improvement in his appearance.

NBA YoungBoy’s Transformation and Legal Battles

Under the conditions of his bail, the rapper must abstain from drugs and alcohol, and this detox is greatly benefiting him.

According to Media Take Out, NBA Youngboy has been diligently working out and engaging in daily weightlifting sessions, leading to significant and noticeable results in his transformation.

This is how he appeared when he was using drugs and neglecting his health.

Earlier this year, NBA YoungBoy, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulden, was released from a St. Martin Parish jail. A judge allowed him to serve house arrest in Utah, as per jail records.

Last week, NBA YoungBoy’s legal team presented a plan to have the chart-topping rapper permanently move to Utah and live with an adoptive family.

The request was granted by a judge in an October 22 hearing. However, Gaulden remained in custody over the weekend due to a California hold related to a firearm found during his arrest in March. He was later released on a $1.5 million bail.

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NBA YoungBoy’s Chart-Topping Success

NBA YoungBoy's Chart-Topping Success
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NBA YoungBoy gained immense popularity as one of the world’s most renowned rappers. From 2015 to 2017, he released six independent mixtapes, building a dedicated fan base.

In late 2017, he signed with Atlantic Records, and in January 2018, his single “Outside Today” reached number 31 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song served as the lead single for his debut studio album, “Until Death Call My Name” (2018), which peaked at number 7 on the US Billboard 200.

In October 2019, Gaulden achieved his first top-ten single with the release of “Bandit” (with Juice WORLD). Shortly after, he dropped “AI YoungBoy 2” (2019), debuting at number one on the Billboard 200.

Continuing his success, in April 2020, he released “38 Baby 2,” marking his second chart-topping project on the Billboard 200. Later that same year, his second studio album, “Top” (2020), became his third chart-topping project in less than a year.

In September 2021, NBA YoungBoy’s album “Sincerely, Kentrell” was released from prison, once again topping the charts, making him one of the three artists, alongside 2Pac and Lil Wayne, to achieve a chart-topping album while incarcerated.

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Frequently Asked Question

How many kids does NBA YoungBoy have?

As of 2023, the 23-year-old American rapper NBA YoungBoy has eleven children, with his first child born when he was 16. The youngest, born in April 2023 to model Drew Valentina, brings his total to ten older children, including six boys and four daughters.

Where is NBA YoungBoy now?

In October 2021, his lawyers’ request for house arrest in Salt Lake City was granted by a judge, necessitating a security team to enforce the terms of his incarceration and ensure his protection.

How old are YoungBoy kids?

The rapper has children with various women: Armani (2) and Kayden (6) with Nisha, Kacey (3) with Jania Bania, Taylin (5) with Nia, Kamiri (5) with Starr Dejanee, and he also acts as a father to Dejanee’s son, Kamron.


According to Media Take Out, NBA YoungBoy’s release from prison on bail has led to a healthier lifestyle, visibly improving his appearance.

The conditions of his bail require him to refrain from drugs and alcohol, positively impacting his well-being. Additionally, the rapper has been dedicated to working out and weightlifting, resulting in a noticeable transformation.

Last week, his legal team proposed a plan for him to permanently move to Utah and live with an adoptive family, which was granted by a judge. Despite legal hurdles, NBA YoungBoy remains a highly successful rapper with multiple chart-topping projects.

His album “Sincerely, Kentrell” topped the charts once again in September 2021, earning him a place among artists like 2Pac and Lil Wayne, who achieved chart-topping albums while incarcerated.

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