Rapper Nas’ multi-million dollar property in Calabasas, California was “ransacked” over the weekend while the rapper was in New York City celebrating the release of his most recent album. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to The Post that on November 12 at around 8:30 p.m., a security guard working for the rapper reported that there may have been prowlers near his Mulholland Drive residence.
According to video that the police received, two masked individuals dressed in black clothing and gloves scaled the fence to enter the house.
“When deputies responded to the call, they found the place was ransacked,” reported Carr.
The 49-year-old emcee’s Calabasas home was reportedly broken into by two men after breaking through the back door around 8:30 p.m. Pacific Time on Saturday, according to TMZ, which first reported the story. Before exiting the house with two bags worth of belongings, the individuals did significant damage to it.
Members of the rapper’s entourage saw the couple on a Ring camera system and alerted the police. But before the police could show up, the culprits had already left. A probe has since been started by the Los Angeles Police Department.
Rapper André 3000 joined Nas in New York City to celebrate the release of his most recent album, “King’s Disease III.” Other well-known musicians also attended. Although authorities claim the event is still being looked into, it is unclear what was taken.