Post Malone’s Home Was Targeted By Robbers, But It Wasn’t His House

September 10, 2018 / Posted by:

When some people look at Post Malone, they might think, “What kind of drugs makes a person high enough get a barbed-wire tattoo along their hairline?“. But apparently some wannabe criminals saw Post Malone and thought “I want to rob that guy’s house.” The only problem is, the robbers got the wrong place.

The world of celebrity homes have been hit again by burglars, but in a weird turn of events, it ended with a case of mistaken house-dentity and a someone getting pistol whipped. TMZ says that around midnight on September 1st, three suspects smashed the front window of a house in the San Fernando Valley. When they entered the home, they discovered a man who was not Post Malone. One of the burglars allegedly pistol-whipped the home owner while another yelled, “Where’s Post Malone?

TMZ points out that the fact the burglars were shouting for Post Malone makes it clear that it was a targeted break-in. Post Malone did previously live in the house, but it’s been months since he’s lived there. The people who currently live in the home have zero connection to Post Malone.

Despite not actually being in Post’s house, the thieves still managed to make off with about $20,000 worth of money, jewelry, and cell phones. Police are trying to determine that the thieves who targeted Post are also responsible for a break-in that happened a day later at a San Fernando Valley home where hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd were staying. Those thieves made off with a safe, and a security guard was pistol-whipped.

This robbery also happened a few weeks after Post’s private jet was forced to make an emergency landing after the tires blew up, and right before a car crash in which his Rolls Royce was written off. An emergency plane landing, a car crash, and a house robbery. I’m not saying Post Malone is cursed or anything, I will say that if Post finds himself in front of a plate of questionable shrimp, he’s probably best to turn it down.

Pic: Wenn.com

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