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Chief Keef's House Broken Into And Shots Fired

By Daryl Nelson
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Chief Keef's house was broken into last night.

According to TMZ, three suspects jumped the wall of Keef's house in the San Fernando Valley and threw a brick through the window. 

Due to the high number of burglaries in the area, plainclothes officers were nearby and reacted quickly. Two of the suspects were caught and the other got away after a high-speed chase. That man fired a shot at the officers, and he also made off with some of Keef's dough.

The rapper happened to be home during the burglary, and when cops went to speak with him he didn't even know his house was broken into. The men who were captured were booked on burglary and weapons charges.

This is the third time in just a couple of months that robbers broke into a rapper's home in the San Fernando Valley. Rae Sremmurd's house was broken into earlier this month, and their security guard got pistol-whipped. Post Malone's old crib was also robbed because the burlers thought he still lived there.

Why do you think these rapper's homes in the Valley have become such easy targets.

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