It's happened to Rae Sremmurd, Soulja Boy, and Hitman Holla.
They were all victims of a home invasion.
Future and Gunna's manager Ebonie Ward's Atlanta home was recently broken into. She posted a video of the break-in and included a message that expressed her frustration. Thankfully, Ward wasn't home at the time.
"As a black women we are the last to be respected , protected and loved," wrote Ward. "I have to constantly be guarded in every environment from my work to personal life in fear that I will be abused, taken advantage of or hurt. My home is my safe space I've done everything possible to make sure that space wasn't compromised."
"This is not something I wanted to share because I was ashamed; that I have become a victim, more importantly I've become a victim at the hands of black men," Ward continued. "Black Men why is this acceptable behavior ? Instead of using these hands as a safe guard you have chosen to use them to come in my home with guns , steal and vandalize my property... I love too hard , I give too much and I didn't deserve this."
No arrests so far.