Post Malone's seemingly endless streak of bad luck has now resulted in the "Psycho" rapper being targeted in a violent home invasion.
Days after he survived a serious car crash and weeks after his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing, Post's old San Fernando Valley home was robbed by three gun-wielding men, one of whom reportedly pistol-whipped the property's current resident.
Fortunately for record-breaking recording artist, he hasn't lived there in months.
TMZ spoke with law enforcement and has further details:
We're told one of the 3 men yelled, "Where's Post Malone?!" ... before stealing a bunch of cash, jewelry and cell phones ... about $20k worth.
We're told the people living there now have no connection to Post.
Last Friday morning, Malone's Rolls-Royce was left badly damaged after it was t-boned by a Kia in West Hollywood. Though he escaped injury, he tweeted "god must hate me."
In August, he tweeted a more savage message when his London-bound plane successfully made an emergency landing after circling New York City for nearly four hours.
"Can't believe how many people wished death on me on this website," Malone wrote. "Fuck you. but not today."
Let's hope the "Rockstar" singer's luck turns around soon.