On Friday, the Memphis rapper was eating at an Atlanta-area Cracker Barrel when someone reportedly smashed in the window of his Mercedes G-Class and made off with $500,000 in cash, electronics and jewelry, including a glitzy $230,000 Richard Mille watch and a slightly less extravagant $85,000 Patek Philippe timepiece.
But according to an interview he gave TMZ, Dolph doesn’t seem at all irked by the theft.
“I was in a restaurant, they broke in the car, know what I’m saying? Typical bulls—t,” he told the website. “I really don’t give a damn about that s—t. I’m too blessed and highly favored, you know what I mean? It’s like, s—t like that, people like that, all of us put together, that’s what makes the world go around.”
While Dolph made it clear he thinks the thieves should face consequences if they’re caught, he’s more concerned with other things in his life right now.
“Once you do s—t, you gotta be able to stand on it and whatever the consequences is behind it, you gotta be ready to deal with it,” he said. “I’m straight. I’m in L.A. I’m finna go buy another car, finna go spend me some more money on some more jewelry, finna go house shopping, know what I mean? My kids, good. Baby mama, good. Everybody is good.”
The rapper even wished the thieves well. “Do what y’all do,” he said. “Stay safe.”