May 31, 2016 04:17 AM EDT

Kanye West’s Music Taken From Studio Robbery; Over $200,000 Worth Stolen

By Jane Reed

Kanye West has some thieves on his hands. This isn't about music piracy. Kim Kardashian's hubby flew back into Los Angeles, just hours after learning that his studio in his Calabasas property had been robbed.

West was reportedly busy and on tour at the time and they suspect that it was an inside job. The Police were called in to investigate the property. The door had been pried open during the night. The Daily Mail has it that items that were stolen include the studio's laptops and desktop computers that value up tp $20,000. Computers and laptops were the main things stolen. Each computer had a different project assigned such as his music and fashion designs. West was busy working on some new music and some creative designs or ideas for his clothing fashion line. But he wasn't that worried because he had some "heavy duty tech security" installed which means the sensitive material on each device could not be accessed and leaked anywhere, and by anyone. Evidence indicated that the crime can only be carried out by someone who knew what was in the office. According to TMZ, Kanye and his staff had already replaced the gear and that no sensitive information was compromised.

This isn't the first time West's property and wealth was targeted. In 2012, some thieves broke into his Hollywood Hills property after he placed it on the market for sale. In his single, "Real Friends," he wrote a line into the song about a cousin that stole his laptop and he had to pay about $250,000 to retrieve it.

If it was an inside job, then Kanye West's "Real Friends" song must be playing in his mind after this.

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