YoungBoy Was Busted For Trying To Pass A Fake Drug Test

It looks like NBA YoungBoy’s troubles are nowhere near over as he was just caught faking a drug test. According to AllHipHop, the rapper used another person’s urine sample as his own during a drug test last month. However, when he was asked to provide a legitimate urine sample, he tested positive for THC, the hallucinogenic chemical present in marijuana.

According to court filings, YoungBoy used the method to fill a test cup with someone else’s urine, and despite the fact that an onlooker saw him do it, he denied it and sneaked out of the room. When his own urine sample tested positive the next day, he admitted to using someone else’s. He further said he lied about the previous test because he knew his sample would be positive for THC during a home drug test.

NBA YoungBoy reportedly caught using fake urine for drug testing, tested positive for THC with real test. Federal officials believe he should be kept under house arrest.

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THC was detected in the urine of NBA YoungBoy.

The main psychotropic ingredient in cannabis is THC or tetrahydrocannabinol. It is one of 113 cannabinoids identified in the plant and is thought to be involved in the plant’s evolutionary adaptability. Raphael Mechoulam, an Israeli scientist, identified the component in 1964. When smoked, the component enters the bloodstream and travels to the brain, where it binds to naturally occurring endocannabinoid receptors in the cerebral cortex, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

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THC is a key element in Nabiximol, which was approved as a botanical medicine in the UK in 2010 after it was introduced as an oral spray for people with multiple sclerosis and cured them of neuropathic pain, stiffness, overactive bladder and other symptoms.

In 2003, the WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence recommended the relocation of THC to Annex IV of the Convention, citing its medicinal use as well as its minimal abuse and addiction potential.

NBA YoungBoy acquitted of previous weapons charges.

NBA YoungBoy was found not guilty of federal gun charges in California in July 2022 because there was no evidence that he had a gun at the time of his arrest on March 22, 2021. YoungBoy was arrested in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in September 2020 along with 16 others on the charges for drug distribution and production, as well as possession of stolen weapons. His lawyer denied the allegations, claiming that YoungBoy was not carrying a firearm or narcotics when he was detained.

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YoungBoy was arrested again in Los Angeles in March 2021 on charges related to his arrest in September 2020. Officers caught him traveling and searched his car before charging him with gun possession. He was released on $1.5 million bail in October 2021 and has been under house arrest ever since.

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