After spending six months behind bars, accused of attempted first-degree murder, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, a.k.a. NBA YoungBoy, was released on bond on May 22 after pleading guilty to the lesser charge of aggravated assault with a firearm.
In the beginning of his new video for "Untouchable," the first song he's put out since his release, YoungBoy takes a FaceTime call from Meek Mill, who urges him to get out of Baton Rouge. But the rest of the David G-directed visual finds YoungBoy enjoying his freedom with the rest of the NBA crew, as they ride from Baton Rouge to New Orleans and throw a hotel pool party.
The 17-year-old is awaiting sentencing in August, according to The Advocate. But, for the time being, YoungBoy is free and, as he raps on the new track, "I gotta make up for all them nights that my Momma cried."