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Armed Robbers Reportedly Steal $1 Million From A$AP Rocky's Home

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    Rapper A$AP Rocky performs during Rihanna "Diamonds" World Tour at Barclays Center on May 5, 2013 in Brooklyn. The performer was reportedly the victim of a home robbery.

    Looks like A$AP Rocky is the latest celebrity to fall victim to a hefty robbery.

    The rapper was reportedly robbed of nearly $1 million worth of property from his Los Angeles home on Tuesday night.

    The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed the home invasion to E! News, but did not confirm the home belonged to A$AP Rocky.

    "At 11:30 pm last night officers responded to a home invasion robbery," an LAPD spokesperson told us, withholding the name of the victim. "A female was walking outside of the home when she was confronted by three suspects and one of them was armed with a handgun. They forced the victim back into the home. They attempted to take a safe and were unsuccessful, but they took property."

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    TMZ reports the rapper was not home at the time of the robbery, and the woman in the house was one of his relatives. The publication says she was not tied up and did not appear to suffer any injuries.