NBA Youngboy Marries His Long-Time Girlfriend

todayJanuary 9, 2023

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Finally, NBA Youngboy and Jazz Mychelle have tied the knot. While they have not confirmed their marriage online or anywhere else, there is a marriage certificate from Utah County that bears their names Jazlyn Mychelle and Kentrell Gaulden (NBA Youngboy). The marriage license surfaced online on January 8 (Sunday).

Mychelle joined Youngboy in 2022 for a cover of a mixtape released in 2022,  Ma’ I Got a Family.

It’s all in the license

From the license, you can’t tell whether they performed a wedding ceremony or not. Utah County has no requirement for a couple to marry after a specific waiting time. But the authorities advise that couples should obtain a license 10 to 14 days before their wedding day.

However, it is a requirement that a wedding must be conducted within 32 days of obtaining the license.

Youngboy and Mychelle have dated for just two or so years but they have been blessed with a beautiful daughter Akicem born in 2021. They also have a son, born in September 2022.

NBA Youngboy is Leaving the US behind

In December 2022, NBA Youngboy announced his plans to move with his family to Europe, saying that he wanted to stack up some cash to achieve this dream. In one Instagram post, he said he wanted to leave behind everything the US had offered him.

“We’ve got to stay prayed up.” “I really want to move to Europe with my family once all of this is put behind me,” he wrote in his story. “I’m stacking money until then!” he said.

Admittedly, Youngboy has many things to leave behind as far as his life in the US is concerned. For example, just a few weeks ago, he had some online altercations with Shmurda Bobby over a comment made by Rowdy Rebel about Rondo Quando affiliate Tim Lul, who was accused of killing Von King in 2020. Youngboy backed Tim Lul and Rondo Quando while disputing Rebel’s claims.

Written by: Jessica Sommerfield

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