Polow Da Don has confirmed with AllHipHop.com that he was the victim of an attempted robbery inside of his Atlanta recording studio last night (March 10).
While Polow did not reveal the nature of the robbery, sources stated that an unknown group of unknown masked gunmen entered the recording studio and robbed those present of their money and jewelry.
"They thought they came to rob me, but I have heart and I have God shawty," Polow Da Don told AllHipHop.com in a statement. "These crack head a** ni***s I guess called themselves robbing me, but we robbed them I wasn't scared I was mad. I was likes "these dumb a** weak ass n****s."
Polow Da Don, who runs the Zone 4 imprint and production company, frequently collaborates with Timbaland and bills himself "The King of the White Girls."
He has created hits for artists like Ludacris, Fergie, The Pussycat Dolls, Snoop Dogg, Rich Boy, Ciara, Young Buck and numerous others.
No one was injured during the attempted robbery, which Polow blamed on morally bankrupt individuals.
"You gone have to shoot me because until then, I dont believe you. I am a man and nine times out of ten a n***a calling himself a robba, a thug or a gangsta is a cover up for being too weak (weather it be physically, spiritually or mentally) to be a man. It's hard to learn how to be a man luckily my teacher stuck with me....thanks Dad, I love you! Kids do you know where your father is right now?"