The house where rapper Pop Smoke was gunned down and killed in Los Angeles, actually just sold for millions of dollars, despite the brutal murder taking place inside just a few months ago.
According to reports, the Hollywood Hills mansion was listed for just under $3 million in July, and now the home is in escrow.
As you know, the famous rapper was shot and killed after four masked gunmen broke into the home during a home invasion robbery and opened fire.
At the time, it was unknown that the property is actually owned by ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star Teddi Mellencamp and his husband and was being rented to the rapper.
The house itself is a 4-bedroom and has 2,918 square feet of living space. The spot has a dope infinity pool with stretching views of Los Angeles and comes with it a koi pond, fire pit, and a zen garden.
Mellencamp’s home was thrust into a murder investigation after Pop Smoke was shot, and at the time, one of the operating theories was he was targeted after posting photos of his location.
One of the most important additions to the house, after the shooting, became the home’s security cameras which captured the four men entering that night.
In photos, obtained by The Blast, you can see that if you get access to the front of the house — there are several locations where they were able to enter through the back and side door.
As we reported, law enforcement arrested several people in the shooting of Pop Smoke, and it was determined is WAS in fact a targeted hit and not a home invasion due to the location.
As we reported, around 4:30 A.M. the individuals can be seen entering the property by sneaking around the back via the side yard.
In the video, one of the masked men entered the home through a back door where there was no camera trained on the door, and the other three men enter the home through the front of the property.
At the time, Mellencamp addressed the situation, saying, “Early this am we were informed by a 3rd party leasing and management company overseeing a rental home we own in Los Angeles that a shooting had taken place at the property. Foremost, we would like to extend our prayers and condolences to the family and loved ones affected by this tragic loss of life.”