Gwinnett County, GA – Young Chop is reportedly behind bars once again. According to Gwinnett County Jail records, he was booked for a probation violation on Thursday afternoon (April 16) and held without bond. This marks the second time this month he’s found himself behind bars.
The seemingly troubled producer was initially placed on probation in February after being arrested on an aggravated cruelty to animals charge for allegedly starving a dog to death.
On April 6, Chop was arrested for reckless conduct shortly after he took a trip to 21 Savage’s old Allen Temple neighborhood in Atlanta in an attempt to find him — despite the statewide stay-at-home order by Georgia governor Brian Kemp.
Chop’s online behavior has grown increasingly bizarre. Following his jab at 21, he set his sights on major players in the industry, including Drake, Diddy and T.I.
“I’m not done yet,” he wrote in a since-deleted post. “I’m not meek. I will go song for song shit I wrote fr he [Drake] a hoe too just like Jr bitch ass.”
Other antics include allegedly leaking his own sex tape and going on Instagram Live as he leaves jail, fearful of being shot.
As a result of his recent behavior, Chop was given 24 hours to leave Atlanta by some unnamed ATL locals.
“Me and my partners, we all had a talk and I ain’t gonna lie, Young Chop, you can’t be in the city no more bro,” the man said in an Instagram video. “The rest of the Eastside, we bannin’ you out of this city. You’re doing too much and you don’t think we’re gonna take a stand? I’m gonna tell you something right now, I don’t give a fuck where you’re from … we’re gonna give you 24 hours to get out the city … since you wanna go viral so bad, we gonna make you go viral.”
Chop said in the caption, “Pull up.”
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Chop, who has produced tracks for Chief Keef and the late Fredo Santana, recently dropped a music video for “You Know What We Do.” As of publication time, it’s racked up over 362,000 YouTube views.
The 26-year-old Chi-Town native has also dropped two albums this year — Young Godfather and Intro x Young Godfather, the follow-ups to 2019’s Comfortable and Don’t Sleep.