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Goodbye to Gravedigger Mountain: NBA YoungBoy’s Massive Mansion in Utah Is up for Sale

NBA YoungBoy massive Utah mansion is for. Here's what we know about the home where the YoungBoy lived while on house arrest.


Mar. 19 2024, Published 9:52 p.m. ET

In a world filled with aspiring rappers, NBA YoungBoy stands out. The Louisiana native – also known as YoungBoy Never Broke Again – burst onto the music scene in 2015 after releasing a string of popular mixtapes.

Songs like "Untouchable," "Outside Today," and "No Smoke" garnered millions of views on streaming platforms, cementing YoungBoy's status as one of the leaders of the modern hip-hop movement. With his chart-topping hits, tours, and business ventures, YoungBoy's fortune has soared.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, YoungBoy has built a $10 million empire. Per the database, YoungBoy’s earnings stem from various sources, including album sales, streaming royalties, concert tours, and merchandise sales. Furthermore, the rapper has a dedicated fanbase and amassed millions of views on platforms like YouTube and Spotify.

The MC makes no secret of his riches – he spends on clothes, jewelry, and real estate. The rapper has a home in Utah that he’s selling for seven figures.

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Rapper Youngboy performs onstage during the Day N Night Festival.

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Why did NBA YoungBoy put his mansion in Utah up for sale?

In 2021, NBA YoungBoy was indicted on federal weapons charges related to an incident that took place during a music video shoot in 2020. When officers attempted to take YoungBoy into custody, they discovered a firearm in the vehicle, leading to his detention pending trial – according to Billboard.

That October, the rapper’s attorneys asked if YoungBoy could serve complete house arrest in Utah at his multimillion-dollar home. The request was granted, and YoungBoy has been in Utah ever since.

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NBA YoungBoy's Utah Mansion covered in snow.

In February, YoungBoy placed the home up for sale with a $5.5 million asking price. The mountainous home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms and overlooks Salt Lake City. According to Zillow, the property is 8,800 square feet and has a resort-style design.

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“This stunning residence features four spacious bedrooms, each offering a retreat-like atmosphere with panoramic vistas,” reads the description. “Entertain guests effortlessly in the expansive living spaces, complete with sleek modern finishes and an open-concept layout that offers elevator access to all levels.”

And while YoungBoy has not revealed the reason why the home is being sold, his trial is set to begin in sometime in 2024 and he will likely need to be in Louisiana for court.

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What is the status of NBA YoungBoy’s legal problems?

NBA YoungBoy’s legal troubles have only begun. In February, federal prosecutors accused the “Bandit” MC of violating the terms of his house arrest by using illegal substances.

“The undersigned has learned that the defendant has violated [this rule] and has informed his supervising officer that he has no intentions to discontinue using the substance that resulted in the violation,” prosecutors wrote, per Billboard.

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Rapper NBA YoungBoy performs onstage during Lil Baby & Friends concert

Unfortunately, things have since worsened.

On March 13, YoungBoy’s trial date was postponed. U.S. District Judge Shelly Dick, who is overseeing the case, declared that the trial must be put on hold pending the Supreme Court’s Second Amendment battle. The move makes sense, as YoungBoy’s lawyers have argued that the law the rapper violated is unconstitutional.

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