The rapper was involved in a shooting near Rolling Loud Miami last weekend. YoungBoy and his team were outside of the Trump International Hotel in Miami when a group of assailants opened fire from a vehicle. YoungBoy's team reportedly returned fire and the ensuing shootout left one man dead and wounded one woman, reportedly YoungBoy's girlfriend. YoungBoy escaped and left the scene to perform at Rolling Loud.
District Judge Bonnie Jackson is reportedly seeking to determine if YoungBoy is responsible for posts on social media after the shooting. Judge Jackson gave YoungBoy three years probation in August 2017 for aggravated assault with a firearm along with a suspended 10-year prison sentence, and ordered him not to post on social media. However, she is reportedly almost certain that YoungBoy can be seen in videos "talking trash and smack," and is seeking to revoke his probation if that is the case.
YoungBoy's next scheduled court appearance is June 21. The FADER has reached out to YoungBoy Never Broke Again's representative for comment.