Rapper Keith Murray, who is currently in South Africa working on his next album with local artists, was robbed on Tuesday (September 18) and is offering a reward the returned of the stolen goods.
According to local paper Pretoria News, the rapper lost “the last 12 years of his work” stored on the Apple Mac and was now desperate to get it back. Two armed men reportedly stormed into the Cube recording studios in Parkview, South Africa at around 10 p.m., holding up Murray and several other individuals with him.
The men took four laptops, cellphones and cash.
Lance Stehr, CEO of Ghetto Ruff, a local record label, said that two other accomplices waited outside while the robbery went down.
“When the guys left they even had the cheek to shout ‘Hey Fassie boy, continue making hits’,” Stehr told the paper.
Murray was in South Africa recording a track using Brenda Fassie’s “Weekend Special,” with her son, Bongani Fassie, as the producer.