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Marlon Wayans’ Los Angeles Home Burglarized: Thieves Steal Safe and Cash

Marlon Wayans' Los Angeles Home Burglarized: Thieves Steal Safe and Cash

Marlon Wayans’ Los Angeles mansion was recently burglarized, according to TMZ. Thieves broke into the property by sneaking into the backyard and shattering a back window around 2:30 AM on Saturday, June 29.

At the time, Marlon Wayans was not home. However, his older brother, Keenen Wayans, was there and asleep. Keenen heard a noise but thought nothing of it and went back to sleep. The next morning, a staff member discovered the home had been ransacked, and the burglars had stolen a safe and several thousand dollars in cash.

After the incident, Marlon Wayans spoke out on social media, trying to add some humor while also addressing the seriousness of the crime. He pointed out that the most valuable thing the burglars could have taken was the house itself.

“First and foremost, thank you to all the people who checked on me to see if everything is okay,” he said in an Instagram video. “I was burglarized. I want you to know, they didn’t really get much because I don’t own anything.” In the video’s caption, Marlon explained more about what happened.

“God is so good. Everyone is fine. I’m grateful,” he wrote. “Dear ROBBERS and OTHERS, I am the WRONG guy to ROB. Save your energy. I don’t have anything valuable in my house except MY HOUSE. Sorry, I live a simple life with 2 cats and one of them is a 1994 Range Rover. You will need a jumpstart if you steal it because the battery is dead.”

He then advised those considering burglaries: “Don’t waste your energy or your life doing home invasions, it’s too much work!!! You want to carry all that stuff? Throw your back out, and for what?! I repeat, I don’t own anything valuable. I don’t have a lot of cash or jewelry. Please pick a better target. Thank you and love you… still.”

Jokingly, Marlon added, “Go down the street, there are lots of flashy people over there.”

Wayans’ home is the latest in a series of burglaries targeting celebrities, following incidents at the homes of ex-NBA player Patrick Patterson and NBA guard Talen Horton-Tucker last month.


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