Megan Thee Stallion Says That She Will Take A Break

Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion says she is “hyped AF” for her SNL appearance, but she also wants to relax for a while afterward.

The rapper is in the Big Apple for the Oct. 15 program, where he will serve as both host and musical guest. As reported by TMZ the day before, her Los Angeles house was broken into and more than $300,000 worth of personal goods was taken.

Megan Thee Stallion Was Robbed

Megan Thee Stallion tweeted, “Wow,” on Friday night, perhaps in response to the reported break-in. “I am pleased everyone’s safe, even though some stuff was lost.” Meg’s first hosting gig at SNL is this Saturday, although she is been a musical guest twice before. She was a musical guest on the show in 2020, and she sang both “Savage” and “Do not Stop.”

This time around, Megan Thee Stallion will likely perform material from her recently released second album, Traumazine (2022), which opened at position four on the Billboard 200. Two burglars broke into the Los Angeles house of Megan “Thee Stallion” and stole hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of property from her bedroom.

TMZ reports that law enforcement officials have said On Thursday night, two guys in hoodies and gloves broke through the rear glass door of Meg’s apartment. It was from there that the guys entered the master bedroom, so the story goes. The burglars reportedly made off with between $300,000 and $400,000 worth of jewels, cash, and devices. The guys broke in when Meg was not there, which is fortunate. The police are looking into a break-in at the house of rapper Megan Thee Stallion in the Hollywood Hills; the goods stolen might be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

A law enforcement official told The Times that the burglary, originally reported by TMZ, happened on Thursday night. Preliminary estimates suggest the thieves got off with more than $300,000 in jewelry, cash, and other valuables; CCTV footage shows the intruders.

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