Posted by , May 28, 2016 at 07:01pm
Kanye West's creative studio in Calabasas was reportedly broken into earlier this week. Though the thief made off with multiple computers, sources say that no sensitive data is at risk of being compromised.

According to TMZ, Kanye West's office/creative studio in Calabasas was broken into last week. The outlet reports that police were called to the office on Tuesday (May 24) for a burglary that took place the night before. The thief apparently pried open the door of Kanye's office and stole multiple computers, both laptops and desktops. In total, the stolen gear is reportedly worth around $20,000. 

A source close to Kanye tells TMZ that the Pablo rapper has already replaced all of the machinery that was stolen, and the source also claims that no important data (or music) is at risk of being obtained, as all of the stolen computers were protected with high-end security software. Law enforcement hasn't yet named any suspects, reports TMZ, but Kanye's source believes that the robbery was an inside job by someone who was aware of the equipment that was located in the office that was broken into. 

Kanye West Has Multiple Computers Robbed From Creative Studio

Kanye West's creative studio in Calabasas was reportedly broken into earlier this week. Though the thief made off with multiple computers, sources say that no sensitive data is at risk of being compromised.


According to TMZ, Kanye West's office/creative studio in Calabasas was broken into last week. The outlet reports that police were called to the office on Tuesday (May 24) for a burglary that took place the night before. The thief apparently pried open the door of Kanye's office and stole multiple computers, both laptops and desktops. In total, the stolen gear is reportedly worth around $20,000. 

A source close to Kanye tells TMZ that the Pablo rapper has already replaced all of the machinery that was stolen, and the source also claims that no important data (or music) is at risk of being obtained, as all of the stolen computers were protected with high-end security software. Law enforcement hasn't yet named any suspects, reports TMZ, but Kanye's source believes that the robbery was an inside job by someone who was aware of the equipment that was located in the office that was broken into. 

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