A week after French Montana's Calabasas home was invaded by two armed robbers, the rapper is upset with how the media has covered the story. Specifically, he isn't happy that news outlets are airing aerial footage that only shows half of his mansion.

Setting the record straight and flexing just how big his house is, Montana shared a photo of his full property on Instagram along with a caption that reads, "Since they wanna have helicopters on top of my house all day, and spread negative news and only show half of my house lol!! Here’s the full house, and by the way it’s paid for!! No mortgage, and it’s not my only one. Motivation to everyone that come from nothing." 

Montana also confirmed to fans that he's doing well after the home invasion, writing, "To all the people that been [checking] on me thank you I’m in the best shape of my life! I’m not a clout chaser, and I don’t jump on the internet as soon as things happen! I [live] a real life! That can’t be on the Internet sometimes! [You] might find your girl here [you] ain’t going to find no money we keep it in the bank. I’m not your average rapper."

The intruders weren't immediately apprehended following the home invasion, but the rapper is getting help from his neighbors in an effort to identify and locate them. According to The Blast, other homeowners in the neighborhood have put out a call to anyone in the area who may have surveillance footage of the attempted robbery. No arrests have yet been made.