Yaya Mayweather Facing 99 Years in Prison After Stabbing at YoungBoy Never Broke Again's Home

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Floyd Mayweather's 19-year-old daughter could do some major jail time. 

Iyanna "Yaya" Mayweather has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly stabbing a woman named Lapattra Jacobs at YoungBoy Never Broke Again's Houston home.

As first reported by TMZMayweather, who's been dating YoungBoy, found the 20-year-old rapper with his baby mother during the early morning hours of Saturday, April 4. A physical altercation erupted between the two women and moved into the kitchen where Mayweather allegedly grabbed a pair of knives and charged Jacobs, stabbing her twice.

Jacobs had to be hospitalized while Mayweather was taken into custody. YoungBoy was also briefly handcuffed when the cops arrived.

If convicted on the assault charge, Mayweather could be hit with a $10,000 fine or receive up to a 99-year prison sentence. It's unlikely she'll be given the maximum sentence, though, since she doesn't appear to have a criminal history, per The Blast.

Further helping her chances, Mayweather has also retained famed attorney Kurt Schaffer, who's known for his work with Houston hip-hop icons like Slim Thug, the late Pimp C, and Rap-A-Lot Records founder and CEO J. Prince.

Schaffer spoke on his client's status in a statement given to Bossip. "Iyanna is doing fine; although she remains shaken by this unfortunate incident," he said.

He added that Mayweather will plead not guilty and he expects her to be "fully vindicated." She'll reportedly appear back in court in August.

While it's unclear whether Jacobs has fully recovered from her injuries, she took to Instagram Stories to address the scary incident this past Thursday.

"No I'm not ok Im really f****d up in the head. I hate to say it," she wrote. "Can y'all just leave me alone. I never wanted this attention or watever y'all call it. Ps y'all want be seeing me. I'm kinda glad I don't have a phone."

As for YoungBoy, he's been wrapped up in a tense beef with Kodak Black after Kodak called him out for "fully cooperating" with authorities following the stabbing. With all this ongoing drama, YoungBoy seems to be taking a step back from social media as he wiped his Instagram clean.