The old house of Post Malone is assaulted by three thugs

Bad luck: the old Post Malone house in the San Fernando Valley area of ​​California has been hit by a gang of armed thugs

The former Post Malone house in the San Fernando Valley area of ​​California was hit by a band of armed thugs.

The home in which Psycho rapper used to live was assaulted by three criminals who were looking for cash and jewelry after midnight on September 1.

One person, who is believed to be the new owner of the house, received a gun while the men ran around the house shouting the name of the singer, according to TMZ. A man kept shouting: "Where is Malone?"

Bad luck: the old Post Malone house in the San Fernando Valley area of ​​California has been hit by a gang of armed thugs

Bad luck: the old Post Malone house in the San Fernando Valley area of ​​California has been hit by a gang of armed thugs

Police told the site that the thieves broke a front window in the Los Angeles area mansion.

The thugs escaped with cash, jewelry and cell phones worth about $ 20,000.

The rapper has not lived in the house for several months and the people who live there now have no connection to the mail.

Police also believe that the theft is related to the invasion of a home where Rae Sremmurd has stayed.

Surprise: Malone was photographed after crashing his $ 323k Rolls Royce in an early morning accident in West Hollywood on Friday, only weeks after the near-death experience in a private jet.

Surprise: Malone was photographed after crashing his $ 323k Rolls Royce in an early morning accident in West Hollywood on Friday, only weeks after the near-death experience in a private jet.

Surprise: Malone was photographed after crashing his $ 323k Rolls Royce in an early morning accident in West Hollywood on Friday, only weeks after the near-death experience in a private jet.

DailyMail.com contacted Malone's representative for comments, but has not received a response yet.

This comes after the singer was involved in a car accident in the early hours of Friday while he was in West Hollywood, where he canceled his $ 323k Rolls Royce Wraith.

The rapper, his real name, Austin Richard Post, appeared by the side of the road looking worried as he talked to police officers while his vehicle was being towed.

Playful: then tweeted that God should hate him & # 39; after a string of bad luck

Playful: then tweeted that God should hate him & # 39; after a string of bad luck

Playful: then tweeted that God should hate him & # 39; after a string of bad luck

Recognizing the proximity of the plane incident and the car accident, the musician took to Twitter shortly after and wrote: "God must hate me hahaha".

According to NBC Los Angeles, Beverly Hills police responded to a traffic accident on Doheny Dr and Santa Monica Blvd at approximately 2:42 a.m.

They report: "The authorities found a white Rolls Royce Wraith that crashed into a fence, as well as a Kia blocking the road.

"According to Sgt. Meyers of the Beverly Hills Police Department, the Rolls Royce is owned by Post Malone, but was being driven by his assistant.

& # 39; Malone was a passenger in the vehicle. No injuries have been reported and there was no alcohol involved in the incident. Both vehicles seemed to be in total loss.

MailOnline contacted a Post Malone spokesperson to get their comments.

Post Malone recently criticized Twitter users who wanted his death after his private plane was forced to make an emergency landing in New York after flying the tires.

The plane, which was carrying the rapper and his entourage of 15 people, was on its way from a small airport in New Jersey to the United Kingdom when two of the main tires took off.

Taking a step back: Malone, seen on September 1, recently criticized fans who wanted him dead after his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing (pictured moments after getting off the plane)

Taking a step back: Malone, seen on September 1, recently criticized fans who wanted him dead after his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing (pictured moments after getting off the plane)

Taking a step back: Malone, seen on September 1, recently criticized fans who wanted him dead after his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing (pictured moments after getting off the plane)

Cross: The 23-year-old rapper targeted the trolls who wished him harm as the drama unfolded

Cross: The 23-year-old rapper targeted the trolls who wished him harm as the drama unfolded

Cross: The 23-year-old rapper targeted the trolls who wished him harm as the drama unfolded

The pilot was forced to drive for five hours to burn fuel before making an emergency landing at New York's Stewart International Airport, about 70 kilometers from New York.

"I landed guys, thanks for your prayers," Malone tweeted shortly after getting off the plane.

He then pointed to the trolls who wished him harm as the drama unfolded.

"I can not believe how many people wished me death on this website." Fuck you. But not today, "he tweeted.

Speaking to TMZ after landing, Malone said: "Oh, my God, I hate flying in general. I do not even know what to say, man. I'm excited

"There was a hellish team on that plane, and we're here, we're here on earth, and I need a beer, and I need some wine, at the same time, mixed."

The tapes recorded by his team emerged on social networks after the plane landed safely showing everyone ready for the emergency landing.

Fans of the facially tattooed singer flooded the New York airport and cheered when the flight finally landed after the tough five-hour test.

Surprise: Malone's plane was on its way to London when the pilot noticed that the left main tires had flown (pictured after landing) shortly after takeoff from a small New Jersey airport.

Surprise: Malone's plane was on its way to London when the pilot noticed that the left main tires had flown (pictured after landing) shortly after takeoff from a small New Jersey airport.

Surprise: Malone's plane was on its way to London when the pilot noticed that the left main tires had flown (pictured after landing) shortly after takeoff from a small New Jersey airport.

Ordalía: Malone (up in red and white) and members of his entourage imagine preparing for the plane's emergency landing

Ordalía: Malone (up in red and white) and members of his entourage imagine preparing for the plane's emergency landing

Ordalía: Malone (up in red and white) and members of his entourage imagine preparing for the plane's emergency landing

Malone's plane was on its way to London when the pilot realized that the left main tires had flown shortly after takeoff.

The pilot circled the Teterboro airport for approximately 30 minutes before the plane deviated to burn fuel and make it safer in case the pilot had to land.

The Federal Aviation Administration initially said the plane would land at the Westfield-Barnes regional airport in Westfield, Massachusetts, before being redirected to New York.

The flight trackers showed that the plane was circling over Connecticut shortly after 1 pm before heading to the New York airport just before 3 p.m.

The plane had enough fuel to fly to London, so it was forced to circulate for about five hours.

Post Malone had been in the New York area on Monday for the MTV Video Music Awards, where he won the song of the year award.

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