YG Reports Over $400K In Jewelry Stolen In New Year's Eve

HipHop News Posted on January 7, 2020 at 5:18am

YG Reports Over $400K In Jewelry Stolen In New Year's Eve

Not in the way that you want to begin the year 2020.

Los Angeles, CA – Police are investigating an alleged theft after YG claimed hundreds of thousands of dollars in jewelry was stolen from him.

According to TMZ, the Def Jam artist says more than $400,000 in bling was taken from his hotel room in London, in West Hollywood, on the Eve of New Year (December 31). YG filed a police report for the theft on Monday (January 6)..centered-ad {

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In his account of what happened, YG claimed a briefcase previously that contains the jewels were placed in the upper part of the room safe at some time between 11pm on New Year's Eve and 11 a.m. the next day. The Compton-bred rapper realized that the case was lighter and discovered their valuables were missing on the New Year's Day (1 January).

Although no suspects have been determined in the case of theft, s


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