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Snoop Dogg has reportedly experienced a burglary—but he’s denying the ordeal even took place.

According to TMZ, on Tuesday [February 2, 2016], Snoop’s laptops, luggage and concert gear were all stolen after someone busted a window and cleaned out the vehicle. Thankfully no one was hurt but the theft reportedly didn’t impact his scheduled shows in the Bay Area leading up to Super Bowl 50.

Here’s where things get interesting. According to Snoop, the theft never happened. In an Instagram post, Snoop denies that the theft never happened to his camp and that the thieves, “got somebody else.”

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According to TMZ, Snoop was the victim. In a police report obtained by the site, someone called the San Francisco Police Dept Monday [February 1] at 9:52 PM to report an auto burglary. The caller said Snoop’s silver Suburban was vandalized and “all the band’s equipment, luggage, laptops were taken, their entire show for tomorrow was in the van.”

The report then goes on to state an unidentified man on the scene was “freaking out” about the “magnitude of the loss.”

snoop police report

Although Snoop may have been a victim, the reported theft didn’t have an impact on his performance. Snoop performed last night [February 4] in Modesto, California and also took a selfie with legendary Bay Area artist Celly-Cel.

Snoop and celly cel