CHATSWORTH, LOS ANGELES (KABC) - The rapper YG was captured Friday morning at a home in Chatsworth by sheriff's representatives who served a court order regarding a theft examination, specialists said.

The 29-year-old hip-jump craftsman, whose genuine name is Keenon Jackson, was arrested in the 22000 square of Zaltana Avenue and moved to the Men's Central Jail, where he was reserved for burglary, as indicated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

Subtleties of the supposed wrongdoing were not quickly revealed.

Jackson was being hung on $250,000 bail. He is required to be charged Tuesday.

In an announcement discharged recently, the Recording Academy said YG was among the specialists booked to take an interest in a tribute to Nipsey Hussle at the Grammy Awards appear on Sunday.

In July 2019, sheriff's murder analysts served a court order at Jackson's Hollywood Hills home. The rapper's vehicle had been engaged with a July 3 pursue and shootout including agents and a shooter that brought about the demise of an honest observer.

Jackson, a Compton local, was not home at the hour of that strike and was never charged all things considered.


"I was not even close to the area of this occurrence, I was in Hollywood chronicle in the studio throughout the day," he tweeted at the time. "I was there until after 12 PM on the fourth of July and didn't learn of these occasions until after they occurred!"