NBA YoungBoy Lists Utah Home For $5.5 Million

NBA YoungBoy, 24, has been living in Millcreek, Utah, as part of his court-ordered home detention. Apparently, the Baton Rouge, Louisiana native is ready to sell his mansion.

According to reports, YoungBoy Never Broke Again put his residence in the Beehive State up for sale. The “Outside Today” rapper listed the 8,800-square-foot house at $5.5 million.

A page describes the 4-bedroom, 4-bath estate as an “architectural masterpiece” designed to “blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living.”

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NBA YoungBoy’s move to Utah came as a result of a federal judge ordering him to serve house arrest while awaiting trial. In 2020, law enforcement officers arrested the entertainer born Kentrell Gaulden on drug charges in his hometown.

In March 2021, federal agents took Gaulden into custody again in Los Angeles on a warrant stemming from his 2020 arrest. As a result of that pending case, NBA YoungBoy has spent two years confined to his Grave Digger Mountain in Utah.

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Last December saw a judge ease some restrictions placed on YoungBoy. His legal team argued their client’s mental health had been damaged by the confinement and isolation.

NBA YoungBoy recently frightened some of his fans with a cryptic Instagram post. The Don’t Try This at Home album creator shared a photo of himself lying next to an open pill bottle and double cup.

His Instagram caption read, “[And] that’s why I don’t pick up my phone when it ring.” Those words came from Lil Peep’s song “Star Shopping.” Lil Peep died from a suspected drug overdose in 2017.