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Prolific breeder NBA YoungBoy, real name Kentrell Gaulden, welcomed his 9th child with his 7th baby mama.

Earlier this month, the "Purge Me" rapper announced he was expecting his 9th biological child with fiancée, Jazlyn Mychelle.

He also debuted a music video for "Purge Me" that featured heavily pregnant Jazlyn holding their baby daughter.

In addition to the newborn, YoungBoy has five sons, including Kentrell Jr., his toddler with boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr's daughter, Iyanna, and three daughters.

He is also stepdad to one of his baby mama's sons - for a total of 10 kids.

YoungBoy has already caught up to prolific breeder Nick Cannon who has 9 children by 6 women. But Nick is expecting 2 more babies by the end of this year for a total of 11 children.

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In a social media post in July 2021, YoungBoy explained how many children he'd fathered:

"Aye look, I got four little boys, right? Matter fact one of they birthday today. I got four little boys and I got one daughter, her name is Armani. I got one daughter on the way though, I got one daughter that was born, y'all gotta stop that weird shit."

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Rapper NBA YoungBoy announced he is expecting his 9th child with fiancée, Jazlyn Mychelle.

On Sunday, YoungBoy shared a new single and music video, called "Purge Me" that featured heavily pregnant Jazlyn and their baby daughter.

Jazlyn is a YouTube vlogger, influencer and Instagram model.

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On the track, YoungBoy sings: "I won't hurt you if you don’t hurt me / I ain’t seen you yet, I ain’t worried / I got choppas on the seat, I ain’t worried / Got my daughter upstairs, please don’t try to purge me."

YoungBoy, born Kentrell DeSean Gaulden in Baton Rouge, has five sons, including Kentrell Jr., his toddler with boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr's daughter, Iyanna. He also has three daughters. The children are by 7 different baby mamas.

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YoungBoy, who turns 23 on Oct. 20, was charged with two counts of attempted second-degree murder at age 17.

While still in jail, he began posting songs to YouTube on the channel David G. His music video for his hit song "Win or Lose" went viral while he was still behind bars.

It is Sandrarose.com's policy not to provide a rating for a song with zero roses.

Watch "Purge Me" below.
 

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NBA YoungBoy is devastated after he was left off DJ Khaled's star-studded upcoming album GOD DID.

YoungBoy Never Broke Again said he is "suffering" in a recent Instagram post.

"I'm suffering with the minutes, s**t sad," he wrote.

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"I'm good what I truly want is coming to me," said YoungBoy, who recently signed to Birdman's Cash Money label for a record $60 million.

He continued: "it might be a little minute but it's coming, I always got what I wanted no matter if I had to pray for it, or steal it, I got it."

Months ago, YoungBoy complained that he is being blacklisted in the industry.

"Why black ball me I'm the good guy," he wrote in early 2022. "I was going #1 two weeks straight with a mixtape so they took it down off the charts I don't give a f**k you still can't stop me [sic]."

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YoungBoy's troubles stem from his long-running feud with Chicago gangster-turned-rapper Lil Durk (pictured).

Lil Durk is among the few drill rappers invited to collaborate with Khaled on GOD DID.

It seems the music industry is siding with Lil Durk against NBA YoungBoy.

YoungBoy's affiliates Quando Rondo and Lul Timm were involved in the murder of Durk's friend King Von in Atlanta in 2020.

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On Tuesday, YoungBoy's crew threw shade at DJ Khaled on Instagram under one of his comments promoting the artists on his album.

"Damn he don't got the goat on there 'lil top' He must not like us too," the comment read, referring to NBA YoungBoy.

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The 18 tracks on GOD DID features Drake, Kanye West, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kodak Black, Future, Gunna, Latto, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and more.

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PETA is coming for Floyd Mayweather. The folks at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is going to war with the boxing legend over the luxurious $18,000 mink car seat he bought for his grandson.

After news of the extravagant gift was reported earlier this week, PETA called it a "monstrosity."

TMZ Sports first reported that Floyd recently installed the one-of-a-kind car seat into his 2022 Rolls-Royce Cullinan after his son-in-law NBA YoungBoy was acquitted of a gun charge.

The car seat is made with real mink fur and customized for Kentrell Jr., the 18-month-old son of Floyd's daughter, Iyanna Mayweather, and the drill rapper, both 22.

Floyd went to court to show support for YB before his acquittal.

PETA was pissed to find out about the expensive purchase. The animal rights organization dived into Floyd's criminal history and brought up the time he was arrested for domestic violence in 2010.

"Did Floyd Mayweather, who has a history of assault and battery of defenseless victims, really seek to update it by supporting an industry that throttles animals to death in addition to poisoning and electrocuting them?" PETA said in a statement.

"This man is hardly a role model for compassion and understanding, but to try to make cruelty look attractive to a child could earn him a medal for corrupting the natural kindness of a minor."

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PETA also came for Floyd in 2012 for wearing mink coats and making comments comparing his training to dogfighting.

He replied, "s***, I don't give a f***, 'cause I wear mink coats. I'm gonna wear chinchilla, and I'm gonna rock mink coats."

Despite their history, PETA is offering to settle the matter amicably with Floyd.

"PETA is calling on Mayweather to take a /jab/ at teaching kindness, not cruelty, by replacing this monstrosity with faux fur, as most designers, department stores, and consumers have -- and PETA would be happy to provide it."

So far, Floyd has not responded to PETA's offer.

Floyd Mayweather, Jr. gifted his grandson with a luxury mink fur car seat worth an eye watering $18,000!

TMZ reported that Floyd bought the one-of-a-kind carseat for Kentrell Jr., the 18-month-old son of rapper NBA YoungBoy.

YB, 22, was recently acquitted on a gun charge that would have sent him to prison until his son was a teenager.

Floyd went to court to show support for his son-in-law, who shares the toddler with Floyd's daughter, Iyanna "Yaya" Mayweather, 22.

To celebrate the not guilty verdict, Floyd installed the pricey car seat in his 2022 Rolls-Royce Cullinan. The car seat is neon green and black to match Floyd's Rolls Royce interior and features the toddler's name stitched into the headlining.

Floyd dotes on his grandson and regularly posts photos of him on his Instagram page.

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Rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again (left) was found not guilty Friday on a federal gun possession charge.

Police found a gun on the floorboard of his Mercedes Benz following a high-speed chase in Tarzana, California in March 2021.

His attorneys argued that YB didn't know the gun was in his car when he was pulled over and arrested on an outstanding warrant last year.

YB was on house arrest in Utah, but the 22-year-old rapper is now free to go on tour to support his 8 children.

Earlier this month drill rapper Lil Durk dissed NBA YoungBoy in his verse on Cardi B's new single "Hot Sh*t."

Lil Durk raps: "I know that Von hit her / She pulled up on my block in Jimmy Choo..."

Fans say the "Jimmy Choo" line is in reference to Durk's late pal King Von sleeping with YB's baby mama, Jania, then buying her a pair of Jimmy Choos to show his gratitude.

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King Von was shot and killed in Atlanta by an associate of YoungBoy's on Nov. 6, 2020 at age 26.

Lil Durk and YB have beefed for years. Durk routinely disses YoungBoy in his rap lyrics, but YB couldn't clap back because he was on house arrest.

However, YB was seen flexing his muscles in a new Instagram photo. Fans of the two rappers believe the image was a cryptic message to Lil Durk.

The day after YB was found not guilty, Lil Durk took to Instagram Live to say he was "deactivating" his Instagram page.


 
Fans believe Lil Durk is going ghost now that YoungBoy is back out on the streets.

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Best friends Lil Durk (left) and King Von (right) terrorized the streets of South Side Chicago until they were locked up for separate crimes in the early 2010s.

King Von, a Black Disciples gang member, had been in and out of jail since age 16.

Authorities believe Lil Durk's record label, Only the Family, is a front for OTF (Only Trey Folks), a faction of the Black Disciples gang in Chicago.

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Fulton County DA Fani Willis, who indicted YSL rappers Young Thug and Gunna on RICO racketeering and gang charges in May, says she will indict two more "high-profile rappers" on RICO charges in the next 2 months.

Sources say Willis also plans to go after record label executives for financing gang activity in her city.

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A new photo of NBA YoungBoy on house arrest in Utah has fans wondering if he's sending a cryptic message to drill rapper Lil Durk (right).

Lil Durk apparently disses YoungBoy in his verse on Cardi B's new single "Hot Sh*t."

Lil Durk raps: "I know that Von hit her / She pulled up on my block in Jimmy Choo..."

Rumors swirled that Lil Durk's pal King Von was killed in Atlanta because he shared photos of himself hanging out with one of YoungBoy's baby mamas, Jania Meshell.

You may recall YoungBoy body slammed Jania during a fit of rage in a Florida hotel in 2018. The 22-year-old father of 8 was arrested for this incident.
 

 
According to The Blast, King Von and Jania were intimate and he bought her a pair of Jimmy Choo's to show his gratitude.

Jania reportedly showed off her new shoes on social media.

Fans say that's the "Jimmy Choo" reference in Durk's lyric.

On Nov. 6, 2020 King Von was involved in a fistfight with YoungBoy's associate, aspiring rapper Quando Rondo, outside a hookah bar in downtown Atlanta.

During the fight, Von was shot and killed by aspiring rapper Lul Timm, who is out on bond while awaiting trial for Von's murder.

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Lil Durk (left), pictured with King Von (right), routinely disses YoungBoy in his rap lyrics.

YoungBoy can't respond because he's on house arrest and the feds are watching.

So he released this photo on social media that shows him flexing his muscles.

YoungBoy's fans are convinced he's sending a subliminal message to Lil Durk.

Listen to "Hot Sh*t" below.
 

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After weeks of teasing and online chatter, multi-platinum award-winning superstar Lil Nas X and rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again have come together to release their highly anticipated new single "Late To Da Party" today via Columbia Records.

With YoungBoy Never Broke Again currently on house arrest, Nas put his famous meme-making mastery and "the ancient power of VIDEO EDITING" to use in order to create the song's official video.

Lil Nas X also recently unveiled that he will embark on his SOLD OUT first-ever tour this fall. Produced by Live Nation, the Long Live Montero tour will make stops across North America and Europe this fall and serve to celebrate the massive success of his critically acclaimed and Grammy-nominated debut album Montero. For dates and more information, visit longlivemontero.com.

"Late To Da Party" is the first release from Lil Nas X since the debut album Montero was released in September 2021. The album was included on numerous Best of 2021 lists from Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, People, USA Today, Billboard, LA Times, Complex, and more for "its genre-stretching approach and refreshingly honest exploration of love and loneliness" as told by Variety.

The certified Platinum album, which Billboard calls a "masterpiece," also boasts the 4x Platinum hit song "Industry Baby" featuring Jack Harlow, which went on to reach #1 at Top 40 radio and #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album’s third Platinum single "That's What I Want" recently became Nas' third straight #1 song at Top 40 radio.

Source: Press release
 

Lil Nas X & NBA YoungBoy - Late To Da Party

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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.

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His legal team convinced the judge that YoungBoy would live quietly in Utah near a family friend who mentored him as a child.
 
RELATED: Rapper NBA YoungBoy released on house arrest in Utah
 
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.

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Rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again has been released from St. Martin Parish Jail on $500,000 cash bond.

The rapper, formerly known as NBA YoungBoy, was released from jail on Tuesday, Oct. 26, after 7 months behind bars on a federal weapons charge.

YoungBoy, real name Kentrell Gaulden, was ordered to wear an ankle monitor on house arrest in Utah -- far from his gang affiliates in Atlanta and Louisiana.

YoungBoy's attorneys begged the judge to release him on strict house arrest in Utah near a man who mentored him as a child.

The rapper reportedly purchased a home in Utah near his childhood tutor. YoungBoy also has relatives and some of his children living in Utah.

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However, prosecutors say the Baton Rouge rapper still committed crimes while in contact with his extended family in Utah.

Prosecutors also alleged YoungBoy paid his childhood tutor $600,000 between January 4 and February 1st for "celebrity assistant" services.

The judge ordered YoungBoy to hire three ex-military soldiers as around-the-clock security while he awaits trial on federal gun charges.

Prosecutors point out that YoungBoy will pay the ex-military soldiers $21,000 a week.

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YoungBoy was originally ordered released from a St. Martin Parish Jail on Friday, but a California court had an outstanding warrant on the rapper. That warrant was dropped, paving the way for his release.

YoungBoy is now expected to get to work on his next album from a recording studio at his Utah home, although Chief U.S. District Judge Shelly Dick stressed that visitors will be limited to three at any time. The visitors also have to be approved by the judge.

YoungBoy is ranked No. 9 on Sandrarose.com's list of prolific breeders in Hip-Hop. The 22-year-old rapper has 8 children by at least seven women.

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Motown Records and NBA YoungBoy Never Broke Again announce Never Broke Again global joint venture.

Motown Records, home to some of today's most impactful cultural hitmakers, and YoungBoy Never Broke Again, one of today's most prominent rappers/songwriters in the world, announced a global joint venture with his Never Broken Again, LLC record label.

According to a press release, the first project from the new venture is set to release in October, with the first single dropping in September.

The compilation also features P Yungin, Meechy Baby, Quando Rondo, No Cap, Rjae and Rojay later this year.

The new deal continues Motown's rich legacy of entrepreneurial partnerships by combining the label's global leadership with the artistic and creative vision of YoungBoy and Never Broke Again, LLC. YoungBoy and Kyle "Montana" Clairborne will continue to lead Never Broke Again, LLC, a label committed to signing and developing new artists and providing them with a platform to achieve success.

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In making this announcement, Ethiopia Habtemariam, Chairman and CEO of Motown Records said:

"I'm excited to work with Never Broke Again, a homegrown brand that has created an incredibly authentic and credible movement that represents the next generation in Louisiana's legacy of ground-breaking hip-hop labels. I look forward to working with YoungBoy and Montana to continue to grow their vision and reach their fans around the world."

NBA YoungBoy said:

"I felt like I had a responsibility to my artists to make sure to find the right partner for my label. I'm looking forward working with Ethiopia, Kenoe and Motown Records."

Montana said in a statement:

"Motown has been an inspiration for generations - a place that helps develop artists, songwriters and business executives and I'm thankful to Ethiopia, Kenoe and the team for making Never Broke Again part of the Motown family."

Kenoe Jordan, Vice President A&R, Motown said:

"I've known and admired YoungBoy for years. Growing up in the same city we have a great understanding of one another and this partnership was always something that I wanted to bring to Motown. YoungBoy is an incredible visionary whose confidence in his artistry is only outdone by his dedication and work ethic. I'm excited to welcome them into Motown and help bring the Never Broke Again label and brand to the next level."

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Federal agents arrested NBA Youngboy's older brother OG 3Three (left) who was hiding under a house in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

A video circulating online shows officers with a K9 service dog dragging OG 3Three out from under the house where he was hiding.

OG's brother, NBA Youngboy is in federal custody, being held without bail for possession of a firearm as a convicted felon. A judge recently denied Youngboy's second request for bail.

It is unclear if his brother was arrested on the same charges.

NBA OG 3Three's attorney allege that the rapper is being targeted by police and that his arrest came as a sting operation that police called "Never Free Again."

Both OG 3Three, 23, and NBA Youngboy, 21, are affiliated with a street gang.

NBA Youngboy, real name Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, has six sons and two daughters to support while he sits in jail awaiting trial.

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Sherhonda Gaulden clapped back at Wendy Williams for criticizing her son, NBA YoungBoy.

Sherhonda doesn't play about her children. The entrepreneur was a teenage mom when she gave birth to NBA YoungBoy, real name Kentrell Gaulden.

The 21-year-old father-of-7 was arrested by the LAPD after a brief foot chase on Monday in Los Angeles.

According to TMZ, the rapper was arrested on an outstanding warrant for firearms possession stemming from an arrest in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in September.

At issue were two weapons police found on YoungBoy at the time of his arrest last year. He is currently in FBI custody, pending possible RICO charges.

As part of her job as the reigning gossip queen of daytime talk TV, Wendy Williams spoke on YoungBoy's arrest during Tuesday's "Hot Topics" segment.

"He's got to go to jail," said Williams. "How do you do a hot pursuit? There are innocent people out here. You could've hurt innocent people in your hot pursuit and running through people's backyards. Nobody wants that – bringing down the property values.

"And, and how is it that you do what you do with seven kids at only 21-years-old? And I wonder what Yaya Mayweather's father, Floyd, is saying about this," she said, referring to YoungBoy's 7th baby mama, Yaya, who gave birth to his son, Kentrell Gaulden Jr., last year.
 

YoungBoy's mother was furious and she checked Wendy about her comments on her son.

"F**k Wendy Williams around here letting a half-dead 90-year-old white man suck her d*ck worried about my child stop tagging me in b***h."

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In a follow-up meme after Instagram removed her Wendy diss, she wrote: "They removed my post remove her show [sic]."

She captioned the crying laughing meme: "I'm sorry she not a man I lied she a woman I quit."
 

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Iyanna "Yaya" Mayweather reacted to the news that her baby daddy, NBA YoungBoy is in federal custody in Los Angeles.

Yaya is the mother of YoungBoy's youngest child. He has 7 children by various women, with an eighth baby rumored to be on the way.

The distraught single mom took to her Instagram Story to call for her baby daddy's freedom.

"My day has been ruined [sad face emoji, broken heart emoji]," wrote Yaya, the daughter of champion boxer Floyd Mayweather. In a follow-up post, she added, "#FREEKENTRELL."

The 21-year-old rapper, whose moniker means Never Broke Again YoungBoy, was taken into custody on Monday by the LAPD after they pulled over a vehicle he was in, TMZ reported. Cops unleashed a K9 officer to sniff him out when he fled on foot.

An unregistered firearm was recovered in the vehicle.

YoungBoy, real name Kentrell Gaulden, is now in the custody of the FBI, who recently formed a task force to lock up violent gang members masquerading as rappers.

Also on their list is Atlanta gangbanger YFN Lucci and Chicago gangbanger-turned-rapper Lil Durk, who currently resides in Atlanta.

YoungBoy has been arrested multiple times in the past -- mostly on drugs and firearms charges, as well as probation violations.

His most recent arrest was for drugs and weapons possession in his native Baton Rouge, Louisiana in September.
 

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Rapper NBA YoungBoy is in FBI custody tonight after LAPD cops pulled his vehicle over and then used a K9 cop to track his scent after he fled the vehicle on foot.

The 21-year-old Louisiana native, real name Kentrell Gaulden, was arrested Monday night on an outstanding warrant, TMZ reported.

LAPD and federal agents attempted to pull over a vehicle the troubled rapper was a passenger in, but the rapper bolted on foot. Police used a K9 officer to track his scent to his hiding place.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the cops set up a perimeter and used a K-9 to sniff YoungBoy out. The police dog didn't bite him -- but did locate him quickly.

Police executed a search warrant and located an unregistered firearm in the vehicle.

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Over the weekend, the father-of-7 went live on Instagram and appeared to cry out for help.

In the video he is seen smoking weed, playing new music, and behaving strangely. At one point he said he was lost and needed help.

Watch the video clip below.