Superstar Musician Targeted In Robbery. The Details Are Wild

David Hookstead | Reporter

Rapper Post Malone was reportedly the target of a home invasion a few days ago.

TMZ reported the following Monday morning:

Law enforcement sources tell us … 3 male suspects smashed a front window a little after midnight on September 1 and entered the San Fernando Valley house. We’re told a resident living there was pistol whipped.

We’re told one of the 3 men yelled, “Where’s Post Malone?!” … before stealing a bunch of cash, jewelry and cell phones … about $20k worth. The barking out of Post’s name makes it clear they were targeting him, but it’s been months since he lived there.

We’re told the people living there now have no connection to Post.

Post Malone sure just can’t stay out of the headlines these days, and it’s always for unfortunate stuff that’s never his fault. He first had a major plane issue, then got into a car accident and now somebody got pistoled whipped while his house got robbed. (RELATED: HERE’S WHAT A SUPERSTAR MUSICIAN HAD TO SAY AFTER SURVIVING SCARY EMERGENCY PLANE LANDING)

 

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If I were Posty, I would hire a hell of a lot of security because this home invasion certainly doesn’t sound random. The fact the bad guys were shouting “Where’s Post Malone?” should scare the hell out of the star rapper. It sounds extremely targeted.

 

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Losing jewelry and money sucks, but it’s nothing when compared to personal safety. Hopefully, Malone’s luck starts to turn around soon because he’s been on a rough run of it lately.

The last thing the entertainment industry needs right now is something to happen to one of the biggest singers on the planet.

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