Kanye West's Studio Robbed $20,000 Worth of Equipment
Although Kanye West enjoyed a day out with Kim Kardashian as they visit the daughter of Chrissy Teigen and John Legends, the rapper is actually undergoing a stressful situation as burglars broke into his creative studio in California.
The burglary occurred on Monday night, May 23, as reported to the police. His studio in Calabasas, California was robbed of about $20,000 (£13,600) worth of equipment. It was discovered that many of West's laptops and desktop computers were missing after the door was pried open by the robbers.
The "Ultralight Beam" singer suspects that it was an inside job and could be done by someone who already has access to the space. The private studio is where he recorded songs for his album The Life of Pablo, NY Daily News reported.
Said studio is located near the home he shares with wife Kardashian and their two kids, North and Saint.
Fortunately, West had placed "heavy-duty tech security" on the computers which assures him that "no sensitive information was compromised," TMZ reported.
As of this writing, the Calabasas police haven't identified suspects yet and are currently investigating the incident.
This is not the first time that West was a victim of robbery. In his single, "Real Friends," there is a line that says, "had a cousin that stole my laptop that I was f----ing b-----s on, paid that n---- 250 thousand just to get it from him."
Meanwhile, on a lighter note, West and his wife recently met the daughter of their friends Teigen and Legend, baby Luna Simone at 6 weeks old. Apparently, the baby started making famous friends at a very young age when the couple spent time with her in a post-church brunch in California.
A Snapchat photo of Kardashian shows her cradling the Los Angeles-born baby while another photo shows the rapper cuddling Luna while flashing a smile, People reported.