Floyd Mayweather’s daughter begs cops to ‘free’ NBA YoungBoy following arrest just months after she gives birth to son

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FLOYD Mayweather’s daughter has begged cops to “free” NBA YoungBoy following his arrest, just months after she gave birth to son.

Iyanna Mayweather, better known as Yaya, posted an Instagram story saying her “day has been completely ruined,” after NBA Young Boy’s arrest.

Yaya Mayweather posted an Instagram story saying her "day has been completely ruined"

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Yaya Mayweather posted an Instagram story saying her “day has been completely ruined”Credit: Instagram
Earlier this year Yaya gave birth to the rapper's seventh child

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Earlier this year Yaya gave birth to the rapper’s seventh childCredit: Getty – Contributor

On a different story she posted a photo with the hashtag #FreeKentrell.

The pair had been dating since 2019 and in January, Yaya gave birth to YoungBoy’s seventh child, Kentrell Gaulden Jr. 

Rapper Jackboy has also shown his support to Young Boy through an Instagram story while his on-and-off girlfriend Jazlyn Mychelle posted a broken heart.

Rapper NBA YoungBoy was reportedly been taken into FBI custody after he allegedly failed to stop when pulled over by Los Angeles Police.

NBA YoungBoy, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, was reportedly tracked down using a K-9 unit after attempting to evade capture.

YoungBoy was reportedly riding in a car that the LAPD and the feds attempted to pull over because the rapper allegedly had an outstanding warrant.

According to TMZ cops were led on a short pursuit, and after the car stopped, the rapper allegedly attempted to flee on foot and had to be sniffed out by a police dog.

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It’s unclear clear why YoungBoy was being apprehended, but the outlet reported that cops found a firearm in the vehicle- it is not known if it belongs to the 21-year old rapper.

The young artist has been involved in several brushes with the law in recent years, with the most recent being drug charges in September 2020.

Mayweather wrote #Free Kentrell on her Instagram story

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Mayweather wrote #Free Kentrell on her Instagram storyCredit: Instagram
NBA YoungBoy was reportedly taken into FBI custody

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NBA YoungBoy was reportedly taken into FBI custody

YoungBoy was one of 16 people arrested in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on various charges related to distribution and manufacturing of drugs and possession of stolen firearms.

His lawyer denied that he was guilty at the time.

YoungBoy is a dad of seven children and all have different mothers.

Commenting on his daughter’s relationship, boxing legend Mayweather said he just wanted the “best” for her.

He told Hollywood Unlocked: “Always want the best.

“If that makes her happy, then we’re happy.”

“What I try not to do is be in her personal business because once she’s no longer under my roof, then you know what? it’s between her and her better half.”

Floyd Mayweather commented on his daughter's relationship:"If that makes her happy, then we’re happy"

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Floyd Mayweather commented on his daughter’s relationship:”If that makes her happy, then we’re happy”
YoungBoy is the father of seven children

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YoungBoy is the father of seven childrenCredit: Instagram

Yaya confirmed the birth of her baby boy back in January, by posting a picture of the baby’s foot on her Instagram story.

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The pair’s relationship has been rocky from the start, as Mayweather was accused of slashing the tires on YoungBoy’s Maybach in 2019.

She denied doing so.

Last April, Iyanna was arrested for allegedly stabbing Lapattra Lashai Jacobs, the mother of another one of the rapper’s children. She pleaded not guilty.

NBA Youngboy releases music video for his song ‘It Ain’t Over’



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