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NBA Youngboy Arrested In Utah On Drug and Weapons Charges

TMZ.com Wednesday, 17 April 2024
NBA Youngboy was arrested on Tuesday evening in Utah on multiple charges after allegedly violating his house arrest -- and the Louisiana rapper may be in for an intense legal battle. According to local Fox affiliates, the 24-year-old was nabbed by…
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JoJo Siwa Backlash Continues, YoungBoy NBA Arrested, Ariana Grande’s Grandmother Awarded For Hot 100 | Billboard News 08:01

It’s Wednesday, April 17th, and JoJo Siwa keeps on taking heat from the public and Lil Tay steps in. Ariana Grande’s grandmother officially became the most senior person to chart on The Hot 100, Kid Cudi is set to perform at Coachella weekend two and Charli XCX & Troye Sivan announced a...

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