G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean is making headlines this weekend for reportedly falling victim to a burglary to his California home.

According to reports, Sean lost over $100,000 in jewelry and unreleased music when he went out of the country last week.

We’re told burglars broke into his home in the Valley and made a beeline for the safe, where they grabbed around $150k in jewelry. Sean also had some unpublished music in the mini-vault, which was also stolen. We’re told Sean and his people believe it was an inside job … they think the thieves knew Sean was in Dubai and had a clear layout of the house. (TMZ)

Find out what Big Sean also kept busy with last week on the next page…

Last week, Sean treated football fans to his “One Man Can Change the World” and “Blessings” songs with a live performance at his Detroit Lions’ Ford Field.

As he walked out signing “One Man Can Change the World,” Sean was joined by some adorable kids that tromped behind him and made for a touching entrance! Donning a slick black Detroit Lions jacket, Big Sean completely owned the stage while busting out some epic raps. In the middle of his performance, Sean expressed his excitement for his hometown appearance as he has grown up watching the annual Thanksgiving game. (Hollywood Life)

Sean updated fans on his performance status on Twitter prior to hitting the stage.