Hoodlums have struck another rapper’s home, this time ransacking Chief Keef’s San Fernando Valley, Calif. house. As per a report from TMZ, the occurrence happened on Sunday night (Sept. 23) around 11:15 p.m.
Sources say the suspects hopped over a divider at the home and tossed blocks of bricks to break a window. Somewhere around one of the suspects is accepted to have made it inside Chief Keef’s house and snatched cash.
Fortunately, casually dressed police officers were close to the territory when the break-in happened and could stop the burglary, although one suspect did fire a shot, it didn’t hurt anybody. Police later got two of the suspects, while one fled in a car. The two suspects have since been set up for burglary and weapons charges.
Police later addressed the rapper, who was home amid the whole occurrence and said he had no clue the suspects had broken into his home. Chief Keef’s break-in binds in to a flood of late robberies at rappers’ homes—Post Malone’s previous home was vandalized recently, and Wiz Khalifa’s home was additionally burglarized in August.
Recently, Keef kept running into some legitimate issues when Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice undermined to sue the rapper for utilizing a picture of within her mansion for his Mansion Musick project.
As indicated by Giudice’s lawyer, James Leonard Jr., Chief Keef’s utilization of the picture is an intrusion of the truth star’s protection. The legal counselor contended that Guidice ought to be repaid monetarily for the project’s craftsmanship.
Keef dropped his Mansion Musick project in July. The 11-track project includes a visitor appearance from Playboi Carti and incorporates creation from Nard and B, K.E. on the Track, Pierre Bourne and then some.