Amber Rose slept while a man broke into her house and hid there for four hours on Wednesday, according to a new report.
The culprit reportedly broke the kitchen window and entered the 33-year-old’s San Fernando Valley home in the early hours of Wednesday morning, according to TMZ.com. Apparently, Amber, her four-year-old son Sebastian, her mother and various bodyguards were all asleep inside the property as the man stayed there for around four hours.
At one point, Amber’s assistant got up to make food in the night while the man was elsewhere in the house, TMZ adds.
It wasn’t until the next afternoon that Amber is said to have noticed the broken glass in the kitchen, at which point she checked her surveillance footage. The clip showed the man break into her house and also flee afterwards, leading Amber to call the police.
While officers are now investigating the incident, the culprit apparently didn’t steal anything.
It’s not the only crime Amber has been the alleged victim of recently. On Wednesday night, her fans were left confused when she posted several messages on her Twitter including: “Dear @Tyga ever since you left @BLACCHYNA your music has been (trash emoji) it’s always been trash just more than usual. #muva.”
Another read: “Hey @Beyonce I got a secret. I am Becky With the Short Hair. #iaintsorry #muvalemonade.”
That tweet was in reference to Beyonce’s song Sorry, in which she referenced her husband Jay Z allegedly having an affair, with a woman she calls “Becky with the good hair”. The identity of the woman has been widely speculated since the song hit headlines, with names including U.S. designer Rachel Roy and singer Rita Ora all under suspicion.
However, Amber later cleared up the Twitter confusion by insisting her account had been hacked.
Sharing a video of herself alongside radio presenter Charlamagne tha God, Amber said: “I think my Twitter account’s been hacked!” Charlamagne then jumped in and said: “I think my Twitter’s been hacked too but I’ll tell you something… Tyga’s music is trash!”
– Cover Media