Polo G hires 24-hour security for his mom after armed suspects break into her home
Stacia Mac shared home surveillance of the suspects and is offering a $10,000 reward for their arrests.
Polo G has hired 24-hour security for his mother Stacia Mac after her home was recently broken into by intruders. The momager took to Instagram to share a home surveillance video of the incident. In the footage, an armed masked suspect entered Mac’s home by kicking down one of her doors.
“I struggled with if I should post this…I recently had an attempted break in at my home,” she captioned the now-deleted post. “At least three men attempted to break in (you’ll hear the assailant on camera say, ‘Y’all ready?!’) In real time on my camera, I witnessed as an intruder kicked in my basement door.”
Mac then revealed that she began to defend herself and protect her family by discharging her weapon. “While multiple intruders flocked to other entry points of my home, I began to open fire upon them,” she wrote. “They retreated. My family is safe, by God’s grace. In this situation, you have only two choices; fight or flight. I refused to be a victim in my home! I will not rest until I know WHO is responsible. … I am grateful to be alive to tell this story.”
Mac is now offering a $10,000 reward to anyone who has information that leads to the arrests of the suspects. She also said that her son hired 24-hour “permanent armed guards” to further keep her and the rest of his family safe.
Recently, Polo G had an issue with someone trying to steal his funds by using his debit card. As REVOLT previously reported, someone used the Hall Of Fame rapper’s debit card to make a purchase of $26.82 on OnlyFans. Last month, he took a screenshot of his exchange with the bank, which notified him after the charge was made, and sought to find the perpetrator. “Who tf got my debit card?” he asked.
Check out Mac’s post below.
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