A man arrested for invading Keef's home is a part of the group that broke into Rihanna and other celebrities' houses.
A September invasion of Chief Keef's San Fernando Valley home has been tied to a recent wave of celebrity break-ins, according to TMZ. 19-year-old Jshawne Daniels, one of four people arrested for his involvement in a burglary circle responsible for breaking into over 24 homes, including those of Rihanna, Yasiel Puig, and Rams player Robert Woods, was also arrested following Keef's home invasion last month.
Daniels is said to be a part of the same crew that robbed Puig's home a few days before Keef's. A few days later, Rihanna and Woods' were targeted by different members of that collective.
Chief Keef was at home at the time of the break-in, which was reportedly carried out by three people. Two, including Daniels, were taken into police custody after shots were fired at the home.
The burglars were reportedly planning to break into around 12 more celebrity homes in the future. They kept a list of targets which included Lebron James, Matt Damon, and Viola Davis. The list also featured the addresses of each of the targets.
The suspects currently in custody are two 19-year-old men, one eighteen-year-old man, and one 34-year-old woman, who is said to be the mother of one of the teens.