Post Malone’s Old Home Robbed by Armed Suspects Seeking Rapper
Armed suspects thought they attacked Post Malone's home on Sept. 1 but they missed him by a few months. According to a report from TMZ, three male suspects broke into a San Fernando Valley, Calif. that previously belonged to Post, believing the rapper still lived there.
The suspects reportedly smashed a front window in the home and pistol whipped a resident who was living there. During the incident, one of the men reportedly shouted for Post, yelling, "Where's Post Malone?" While the rapper wasn't there because he had moved out a few months prior, the men still made out with cash, jewelry and cell phones totaling nearly $20,000.
Although the people who now live in the California home have no connection to Posty, police are trying to determine if the break-in is tied to another incident that happened hours before at a home where Rae Sremmurd were staying.
During the Rae Sremmurd break-in, masked gunmen entered the home of Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi and demanded that Jxmmi lead them to the safe. After the rapper complied, the thieves reportedly left with the safe and everything inside it.
Along with being the target of a home invasion, Post Malone has been having a rough couple of weeks. In August, a plane carrying the rapper was forced to make an emergency landing after two of its tires blew out.
The Beerbongs & Bentleys artist was also recently involved in a car crash in West Hollywood after another vehicle hit the driver's side of his Rolls-Royce. Fortunately, Post left the scene unscathed.
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