Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley shared a video on Instagram on September 17 to talk about the news reported by TMZ that his house was broken into. The Los Angeles home was burglarized earlier this month. Law enforcement said the robbers smashed a window to break in and stole over $1 million worth of jewelry and a wad of physical cash.
The home is located in the Porter Ranch suburb of LA. The neighborhood is known to be affluent, and while the jewelry was a high dollar amount, it hasn’t been confirmed how much cash was taken.
In the Instagram post, Tee Grizzley talked about what happened and how much he appreciated the good wishes people gave him and his family after the burglary.
“I appreciate everybody reaching out. I’m good, my family good, thank God,” Grizzley said to his audience in the short clip. “I need yall to do one thing for me, send a prayer up for PnB Rock and his kids. King Von, his kids, and all the kids out here have to grow up without their pops. I had to go through that. I grew up without my pops. He was killed, and it ain’t easy at all,”
He continued, “We got to watch what we’re speaking into existence. I know we look at it like we’re just making music, and it’s art, but these words are powerful, bro. Just like we speak some good s*** into existence, we can speak some bad s*** into existence. So we really gotta be careful what we’re saying about ourselves when we’re making this music.”
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The burglary came only a few months after the rapper ironically released his popular single called ‘Robbery.’
ROBBERY 1 is finally on streaming so go run that up and I know y’all been waiting for Part 4 so stay tuned cuz that’s coming REAL soon and it’s only the first CHAPTER OF THE TRENCHES by Tee Grizzley 📕✍🏾🐻 pic.twitter.com/qSfNURgdcr
— Tee Grizzley (@TeeGrizzley) September 2, 2022