NBA YoungBoy gets a new tattoo in honor of his wife

NBA YoungBoy got some new ink in honor of his wife, and fans got a glimpse of the tattoo in the Baton Rouge rapper’s latest music video.

Eagle-eyed fans spotted the tattoo in the visual for YoungBoy’s new “Members Only” collaboration with Bay Area native ZAYEL.

In a scene near the end of the clip, the High bench presses a barbell in his home gym when his shirt lifts to reveal his wife’s name, Jazlyn, inked on his lower abdomen.

Check it out below:

NBA YoungBoy and Jazlyn Mychelle reportedly wed in January. Although neither has confirmed their marriage, a copy of a Utah County marriage license showing their full names – Kentrell Gaulden and Jazlyn Mychelle Hayes – has surfaced on social media.

Jazlyn has notably appeared on the cover of YB’s Gangsta Grillz mixtape Ma’ I have a family, which fell last October. The couple have been dating for over two years and welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Alice in 2021.

They then announced the birth of their second child, a son, in September 2022, making YoungBoy the father of 10 children in total.

In December, NBA YoungBoy said he wanted to move his entire family to Europe and planned to “hoard” the money to make it happen. In a short Instagram post, the 23-year-old spoke about wanting to put everything the United States has to offer behind him.

“We have to stay prayed. I really want to move Europe with my family once this is all behind me,” he wrote. “I’m stacking money up there!! »

In the meantime, NBA YoungBoy is still planning to release more music and recently shared the cover art and release date for his upcoming album. Don’t try this at home.

The rapper took to Twitter earlier this week to announce that the project will be released on April 21 and is expected to feature 33 songs. His announcement came shortly after release a trailer for the album in February with his song “Next”.

Don’t try this at home should also include his latest single “Demon Party”.

During an interview with the Podcast Radar Rap in February, YoungBoy claimed he would “talk crazy” on the album, but clarified that his lyrics were purely for entertainment.

“I’m going to talk crazy over there,” he said. “I’ll show you Murda Man. I’m going to talk crazy there, but let you know though, don’t try this at home. It’s entertainment, bruh. I’ll talk my bullshit and whatever I talk about, let you know, don’t try this at home.


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