NBA Youngboy’s Brother OG 3Three Found Hiding Under a House During Police Arrest

The actor and older brother of the ‘Outside Today’ spitter is arrested in Louisiana on unknown charges while the rapper remains behind bars since his March arrest.

AceShowbiz -NBA Youngboy a.k.a. YoungBoy Never Broke Again‘s brother is following his footsteps to check into prison. NBA OG 3Three, who is the older brother of the currently incarcerated rapper, has been arrested after found hiding underneath a house.

OG 3Three was arrested in Louisiana earlier this week. Footage which has circulated online shows the moment of his arrest, when cops found him hiding under the house. In the video, which is blurry, cops used a K-9 to locate OG 3Three.

The video, which was taken by a civilian watching the arrest, shows a police car parked with its headlight on as an officer held the leash of the K-9 service dog while another officer can be seen cuffing OG 3Three.

OG 3Three appeared to be wearing a white T-shirt and lying face down as the officer cuffed him, and then turned him over and pulled him up. Witnesses can be heard speaking among themselves, with one person identifying the man was Youngboy’s brother as saying, “Damn three-three man.”

It’s currently unknown on what charges OG 3Three was arrested. Ironically, OG 3Three, who listed actor as his profession on his Instagram profile, preached about reaping what one sows in his latest post dated Monday, June 14. “Harvest ! Don’t be misled – you cannot mock the justice of God. You will always harvest what you plant. -Galatians 6:7. #SundaysTheB3st,” he wrote, quoting a Bible scripture.

OG 3Three’s arrest comes several months after his younger brother YoungBoy was arrested by federal agents executing a federal warrant in March. Officers attempted to stop a vehicle with the 21-year-old rapper, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, in it to serve the warrant when he took off on foot. After a search that involved a K9, he was found and booked on federal criminal charges.

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