Marlon Wayans insists he’s ‘fine’ days after his home was burgled

Marlon Wayans has insisted he is “fine” days after his home was burgled.

The 51-year-old comic and ‘Requiem for a Dream’ actor told fans in an Instagram post after he was targeted by thieves last weekend he was still “grateful” in life – while warning criminals he was the “wrong” person to rob.

He made the admission he was “burglarised” in a new Instagram video after TMZ this week reported his home had been targeted in a raid on Saturday, 29 June.

Marlon said in the update for fans the thieves didn’t “get much as “I don’t own s***” and is “not flashy” – while adding he doesn’t have cash or bling in his home.

Marlon added in a caption alongside the clip: “God is so Good. Everyone is fine. I’m grateful.

“Dear ROBBERS and OTHERS, I am the WRONG N**** to ROB. Save your energy. I don’t have anything valuable in my house except MY HOUSE.

“Sorry, I live a simple life with two cats and one of them is a 1994 Range Rover, you will need a jumpstart if you steal it cuz the battery is dead.

“Robbers don’t waste your energy or your life doing home invasions, s*** is too heavy!!!

“You want to carry all that bulls***? Throw your back out, and for what?! I repeat I don’t own s*** valuable.

“I don’t have a bunch of cash or jewellery. Please pick a better (target emoji) thank you and love you… still.”

Marlon was seen in the clip in which he told his followers he had been robbed wearing a collared shirt and a baseball cap that said ‘G.O.A.T.’

He said after thanking everyone who “checked on me”, he reiterated his point his home was not full of valuables.

Marlon said: “I want you to know that they didn’t really get much, ’cause I don’t own s***.

“The most valuable thing in my house is my house. So unless you were gonna put that s*** on a truck and drag it away, then you did well.

“But I don’t own s*** – I use cards… I don’t have cash… I’m the wrong n**** to rob – go down the block… there’s a lot of flashy n***** out there.”

TMZ reported the robbery happened in the early hours of 29 June.

Marlon’s brother Keenen, 66, was said to have been home when the incident happened but reportedly thought noise outside was “nothing” and slept through the raid.

The outlet added one of Marlon’s workers at the home found it had been broken into.

Despite Marlon’s insistence he is not “flashy” and does not keep stacks of cash at home, TMZ said several thousand dollars in cash and a safe were taken during the burglary.