“I was robbed with my driver on my street. I can’t say anything else because of the police investigation. We’re fine, we’re healthy. People wanted something, I gave it. I hope they catch the culprits. Ali said. He also says he doesn’t want any Other interviews on this topic “I’m going to let the police do their job.”
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Omroep tells Flevoland that his “watch” has been stolen. The rapper says he’s not necessarily shocked. “You’re reading increasingly that things like this happen,” Ali B told the broadcaster, referring to past robberies of Dutch celebrities. “Somewhere was already in my head: it could happen someday.”
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‘I’m pround of it’
Ali B sat at the table at Op1 on Wednesday, where he said he had an expensive watch. “I have a watch, I’m proud of it, and I’m happy with it,” he said on the broadcast as he promoted his new book, The Ali Bey Way. He then agreed that Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Gronhuizen said it was an “expensive watch”.
Unfortunately, this is not the first time a Dutch celebrity has had to deal with an (armed) robbery. Recently, Lil Klein had to deal with a brutal robbery in which his watch was stolen. Nikki de Jäger, Fred van Leer and Rene van der Gibe have also been victims of burglaries in recent years.
The report of the theft came at around 9:15 p.m. The attackers fled in a car. Police declined to comment on the investigation Thursday evening.
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