In the new visuals, the 'Dirty Iyanna' rapper is being surrounded by his crew and the majority of them are carrying items that look like semi-automatic guns.

AceShowbiz - NBA YoungBoy a.k.a. YoungBoy Never Broke Again's "Bad Bad" music video might land him in troubles with the law. The "Dirty Iyanna" rapper is risking facing charges after he's seen holding guns in the new visuals.

In the music video that was released on Monday, February 17, YB is surrounded by his crew and the majority of them carry items that look like semi-automatic guns. The 20-year-old also carries some as well, getting goofy while pretending to shoot the camera. "YoungBoy came back like they left him for dead/ Coolin', rollin', I told you shawty, 'Give me head'/ Shawty don't love me, you know, I'ma treat her bad," he raps in the video.

East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore said that YB has a chance of facing charges due to his status of a convicted felon. In 2017, he pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of aggravated assault with firearm after facing two counts of attempted murder.

Aside from YB, his half-brother Jeffrey Tate is also seen in the music video holding a gun. The fact that he carries a weapon in the video has sparked concern as well considering that he was involved in the murder of 17-year-old Javon Brown.

Jeffrey and his brother, Devaughn, were arrested and charged with second-degree murder in connection to the murder of Javon. Jeffrey was charged with second-degree murder, principal to illegal use of a weapon and simple battery. A judge also determined that he would be standing trial as an adult. On the other hand, Davaughn is now facing charges of illegal use of a weapon and second-degree murder.

YB has yet to make any public statements regarding the charges against his brothers. He's also still silent about the concern surrounding the content of the music video.

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