• Taylin Gaulden is a 4 year-old celebrity child of rapper YoungBoy NBA
• Taylin's net worth is estimated at over $6 million
• Taylin was born in Louisiana USA, and is being raised in Los Angeles, California
• His father, YoungBoy NBA, started his music career in 2015 and has had many successes since
• YoungBoy NBA has had a number of issues with the law, including charges for attempted murder, assault, and weapons violations
Who is Taylin Gaulden?
Taylin Gaulden was born on 19 March 2017 under the zodiac sign of Pisces, in Louisiana USA. He’s a four-year-old celebrity child, only recognized for being the son of famous rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again, also known as YoungBoy NBA.
How rich is he, as of now? Taylin Gaulden Net Worth
Being the son of a millionaire, Taylin Gaulden is also a potential millionaire. His career is yet to come; he still enjoys the net worth of his famous father YoungBoy NBA, which as of late 2021, is estimated at over $6 million.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Car Accident
Taylin Gaulden is being raised in Los Angeles, California.
The real name of his father is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, while his mother’s name is Trinia, better known as Nia. His parents were in a romance for a short time but never got married, and following his birth, his mother had to prove that he’s the child of the rapper. He has three siblings, two brothers named Kayden Gaulden and Kamiri Gaulden, and sister Kacey Alexander Gaulden, plus five more half-siblings, since his father has eight children with six different women. Taylin holds American nationality, belongs to African-American ethnic group, and is a Christian. In June 2018, Taylin and his parents were involved in a car accident when his father lost control of his car. Fortunately, they survived the crash unharmed.
Who is his father? YoungBoy NBA Short Wiki/Bio
YoungBoy NBA was born on 20 October 1999 under the zodiac sign of Scorpio, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the second child of Sherhonda Gaulden. He has an elder sister named Telee Gaulden, and a younger brother named Ken Gaulden. The name of his father is unknown, but it’s been revealed that he was sentenced to spend 55 years in jail when he was young; his mother then left him, and he was raised by his maternal grandmother. At the age of four, he broke his neck while wrestling, so had to wear a head brace that later left permanent scars on his forehead. He attended Scotlandville Magnet High School, but dropped out in ninth grade, after which he was arrested for robbery and transferred to a detention center located in Tallulah, Louisiana.
While in there, he started writing lyrics for his debut mixtape. After being released, since his grandmother had passed away, he moved in with rapper NBA 3Three.
YoungBoy NBA started his music career in 2015, when he recorded his debut mixtape entitled “Life Before Fame”. It was followed up by the release of a series of his mixtapes, such as “Mind Of A Menace”, “Mind Of A Menace 2”, “Before I Go”, and “Mind Of A Menace 3”. In 2016, he caught attention with the mixtape “38 Baby”, on which he collaborated with Kevin Gates and Boosie Badazz.
The following year, he released a mixtape entitled “Al YoungBoy”, which peaked at No. 24 on the Billboard 200 chart, and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). His single “Untouchable” reached No. 95 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Rise to Prominence
In 2018, YoungBoy NBA signed a record contract with Atlantic Records, and recorded his debut studio album entitled “Until Death Call My Name”, which was his first top-ten debut, reaching No. 7 on the Billboard 200; the album’s lead single, “Outside Today” became his highest-charted song to date, peaking at No. 31 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Throughout the summer of 2018, he issued a series of four EPs – “4Respect”, “4Freedom”, “4Loyalty”, and “4WhatImportant”. Thereafter, he launched such mixtapes as “Master The Day Of Judgement”, “Decided”, and “Realer”, while his next major success came in 2019, when he distributed his mixtape “Al YoungBoy 2”, which debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart, and received a platinum certification from the RIAA.
YoungBoy NBA’s next mixtape, entitled “Still Flexin, Still Steppin”, out came in early 2020, and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.
During the same year, he also released his second studio album, “Top”, which features guest appearances from Lil Wayne and Snoop Dogg. It received positive reviews from critics, and became his second number-one album when it topped the Billboard 200, and spawned such singles as “All In”, “Kacey Talk” and “Callin”.
He continued to line up success, since his next number-one mixtape, “38 Baby 2”, also came out in 2020, and was certified gold by the RIAA. Most recently, he put out his third studio album, “Sincerely, Kentrell” (2021), which debuted atop the Billboard 200, and met with mostly positive reviews; it included five singles, such as “On My Side”, “White Teeth”, and “Nevada”.
YoungBoy NBA is also known for having a number of issues with the law, and serving some time in prison. In November 2016, he was arrested for jumping out of a moving vehicle and shooting at a group of people on a street in South Baton Rouge, and served a sentence for attempted murder until August 2017, when he was released on a three-year active probation. In February of the following year, he was arrested for allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend, and was also accused of weapons violations and kidnapping. However, he was released from jail on $75,000 bail.
During his time on probation, he was involved in a street shooting in Miami in May 2019, after a shooter opened fire and injured his girlfriend, and killed a bystander – YoungBoy fired back. His charges for the shooting were dropped, but he had to spend 90 days imprisoned for his violation of a special condition of his probation. Furthermore, he was prohibited from performing for the next 14 months. Since then, he’s been arrested two more times. In September 2020, he was arrested on various charges, such as possession of stolen firearms and distribution of drugs. In March 2021, he was arrested on execution of a federal warrant.