AceShowbiz - NBA YoungBoy a.k.a. YoungBoy Never Broke Again could be rubbing up Yaya Mayweather and his other baby mamas the wrong way. After shading the daughter of Floyd Mayweather, Jr. in his song, the Baton Rogue artist has shown what a picture-perfect family looks like with his current girlfriend Jazlyn Michelle and their child.
In a new photo which has circulated online via Jazlyn fan account on Instagram, the rapper and his girlfriend were all smiles as the pair were matching in all-black outfits. The 22-year-old was holding their baby, which was clad in a pink outfit.
It's unclear when and for what occasion the photo was taken, but his fans were loving it. "I'm literally crying," one person confessed. Another gushed, "So cute." A third commented on the image, "I love this picture." A fourth user simply exclaimed, "Awww," while another added, "Yall took some nice pretty family picture."
While YoungBoy appears to be happy being around Jazlyn and their kid, he recently accused Yaya of not letting him see their son Kentrell Jr. In a snippet of the song, which is reportedly titled "Carry On", the formerly incarcerated star claims that Yaya refused to let their son Kentrell Jr. come to Utah to visit him.
But instead of sympathizing with YoungBoy, many agreed with Yaya. One person commented on the exes' supposed drama, "Whether she wants him or not…he is clearly emotionally all over the place, I wouldn't either."
Another remarked, "All the drama he has going on, I don't blame her." Someone claimed they would do the same as saying, "Not when you trying to ship ya kids back after 1 day." A fourth also took Yaya's side as adding, "I mean for once I agree with her."
YoungBoy recently was also feuding with his other baby mama, Arcola, who claimed that the rapper kicked her and their one-year-old son Kaell out his Airbnb during a visit to Utah. In his response, the "Bandit" rhymer said that he didn't want to have a baby with her. He also accused her of playing "baby games" and coming for "some s**t I earned risked my life for."