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A group of men got caught committing home invasions and they are blaming their actions on YG‘s 2014 robbery manual.

Per TMZ:

The LAPD brass is furious at rapper YG for a song that inspired at least 3 guys to burglarize a number of homes in the L.A. area.

Law enforcement sources tell us … the 3 guys — 2 of whom are 18 and one 19 — committed burglaries in the San Fernando Valley recently and were arrested this week after one of the heists.

Each guy was interviewed by LAPD detectives and each one told cops they got the idea to burglarize homes by listening to YG’s song, “Meet the Flockers.”

It is true, the song is a step-by-step guide on how to break into a house, steal and then sell the wares on the street. But YG also had a song called “Sorry Momma” on the same album. Maybe they should consider listening to that the next time they see their mothers.

This isn’t the first time “Meet The Flockers” has been met with some angst. Members of the Chinese community took offense to the line that suggests that people run up in their homes specifically “because they don’t believe in bank accounts.”