Rapper YG was captured Friday at his Los Angeles home on doubt of burglary only two days before he is planned to perform at the Grammy Awards, authorities said.
Los Angeles County sheriff’s representatives took YG, whose genuine name is Keenon Jackson, into authority at his Chatsworth home as they served a court order.
He was hung on $250,000 bail however was discharged on bond not long after 9 p.m., as indicated by the sheriff’s site.
The Compton rapper — whose hits incorporate “Toot It and Boot It” and “Go Loko” — was booked for an arraignment Tuesday. Specialists didn’t promptly give extra insights regarding the capture or claimed burglary.
It was not clear Friday morning if YG had a lawyer who could talk for his benefit.
YG and a few others, including John Legend and Meek Mill, should play out a tribute to Nipsey Hussle, a rapper who was shot to death in 2019 outside his Marathon apparel store in the South Los Angeles neighborhood where he is from, at the Grammys on Sunday.
In July, the sheriff’s office looked through YG’s Hollywood Hills home regarding a police shooting in Compton that slaughtered an observer. YG had not been embroiled in the shooting and was not home at the hour of the inquiry, specialists said at the time.
Agent James Nagao said Friday he didn’t have any data if the burglary and shooting were associated.