By Sandra Rose  | 

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Back in October, troubled rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again (aka NBA YoungBoy) was released from St. Martin Parish Jail on $500,000 cash bond.

YoungBoy, real name Kentrell Gaulden, was serving time on a weapons possession charge.

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Rather than send the gang-affiliated rapper home to Atlanta or Louisiana -- where he was certain to get into more trouble -- a judge ordered him to wear an ankle monitor on house arrest in Utah.


His legal team convinced the judge that YoungBoy would live quietly in Utah near a family friend who mentored him as a child.
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But rather than sit down and be quiet, YoungBoy took to social media and began taunting his "opps" -- including mumble rapper NLE Choppa.

Then the 22-year-old father-of-8 made the mistake of kicking his baby mama and their 1-year-old son out of an Airbnb he rented for them in Utah.

After his baby mama blasted him on social media, YoungBoy wrote this disrespectful message to her:

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Sources say the baby mama went directly to the feds and started singing like a canary. She allegedly knows where the bodies are buried and where the murder weapons are stashed.

Within days, Harris Co. Sheriff's Office SWAT officers served a search warrant on a home YoungBoy bought for his mother in Texas.

His mother was not at home during the raid on Wednesday, according to TMZ. But officers arrested three men and seized a cache of weapons, including AR-15s, pistols and long guns.

A Sheriff's spokesperson told TMZ that the arrests are related to a November shooting of a 20-year-old man. The man was shot multiple times but survived his injuries.

YoungBoy has not been arrested and he remains on house arrest in Utah. However, sources say it's just a matter of time before he ends up back behind bars.