NBA YoungBoy Accused Of Planned Attack On Man At Studio, Alleged Victim Says He Was Pistol Whipped & Beat While A Bag Was Over His Head
NBA YoungBoy and members of his team are being accused of allegedly beating a man in the garage of a studio.
Law enforcement at the Harris County Sheriff’s Office in Texas say an investigation is underway to determine if the rapper and his crew assaulted a man in Katy, Texas.
The man was reportedly with his girlfriend on the way to work with NBA YoungBoy in the studio on Oct 5. A source adds that when the woman arrived, she was told women weren’t allowed inside of the studio. After the woman left the studio, the man reportedly went into the garage of the studio and claims NBA YoungBoy and several members of his crew threw punches, put a bag over his head, pistol-whipped him, aggressively assaulting him.
The man also adds that he saw NBA YoungBoy joining in on beating him. Once the bag was removed from his face he says that he noticed a body bag, and asked the crew why it was there. They allegedly replied that the plan was to put him in it.
The man adds that NBA YoungBoy allegedly hopped on FaceTime with his manager and said the words, “I got him here.” He says the rapper’s manager instructed NBA YoungBoy to let him go, so that he doesn’t accumulate any more legal trouble.
The alleged victim was then dropped off in front of his house before he was driven to the hospital by his mom and girlfriend.
The man allegedly suffered cuts to his face, and bruises to his legs but none of his injuries were life-threatening.
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Last month, NBA YoungBoy was allegedly arrested in his hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana while shooting a video.
He was booked by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office on 3 different drug charges; possession of schedule I drugs, manufacturing/distributing a schedule II drug, and manufacturing/distributing schedule IV drugs.
Reportedly, a total of 16 people were arrested on similar charges.