J Prince receives serious backlash from NBA YoungBoy for publicly revealing his stolen possessions. Read to know more.

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Rapper NBA YoungBoy had his house broken into a while ago, and didn’t take things too kindly when J. Prince posted a video on his Instagram account saying that he had found the stolen items that were taken that day.

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J. Prince, whose real name is James Prince announced it on his Instagram page about how he got a call after YoungBoy’s house was broken into and that the ones who went into his home wanted to set the record straight and returned everything to him. Prince, who is the CEO of the hip hop record label Rap-A-Lot said that he had the keys to YoungBoy’s Rolls Royce and McLaren among the other things they took.

YoungBoy, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, didn’t respond positively to all this and got mad at J. Prince for this very public act of kindness.


He responded saying that there were many ways to get in touch with him and publicly revealing everything through the internet wasn’t one of them. He referred to giving publicity to such things as “p***y a** shit” and added that he didn’t have an issue with the keys since you pay for the entire car at the start, another set of keys come with it. Then he ended it with a “mind your f***in business mane.”

During the break-in, the ones who broke in stole the keys mentioned above among other things, and asked for a ransom of $30,000 inorder to get the items back. YoungBoy posted a video replying to the ransom saying that all they got were some Gucci flip flops and some cash.


YoungBoy, who is 20 years old, already had 4 children and has now welcomed his fifth and sixth kids with two of his exes. He had his four children earlier with three different women.

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