YoungBoy NBA Says There Is No Escaping The Violence In Baton Rogue

Rising rapper Baton Rouge rapper YoungBoy NBA has already caught some charges, along with his growing buzz.
He ran into some legal problems in December of 2016, when he was arrested and charged with two counts of attempted murder for shooting at a rival.
Luckily, the 17-year-old had his charges reduced to one count of aggravated assault with a firearm last May.
During this sit down, YoungBoy NBA talks about his relationship with 21 Savage , and how he pulled up on 21 in his own neighborhood with a gun on his hip.
According to NBA, carrying guns around is normal for him, but he is trying to adjust to his newfound fame.
Growing up in the streets of Baton Rouge has definelty left a mark on the new rap artist.
“It was a challenge,” YoungBoy NBA said. “In Baton Rouge, it’s all about staying alive. It don’t matter if you’re in that setting, or out of that setting. Ain’t no hiding from gun violence, ain’t no hiding from violence. It’s either jail or death, literally. Ain’t no living out there.”