Stacia Mac, the Atlanta-based manager of Jamaica’s Queen of Dancehall Spice, was forced to fire shots at multiple armed intruders who invaded her ATL mansion recently, which ultimately forced them to flee the scene.
Mac, 40, who is also the mother and manager of rapper Polo G, took to Instagram on Thursday (September 2) to recount the frightening experience in a post that was later removed by the social media platform. She revealed that the armed men broke down her basement door and entered the premises.
Mac uploaded the frightening clips from her surveillance cameras which confirmed that the men were holding guns. She subsequently opened fire, which was enough to cause the group of men to run out of the home.
“I recently had an attempted break-in at my home,” she revealed. “At least three men attempted to break in (you’ll hear the assailant on camera say ‘y’all ready?!’ ) In real time on my camera I witnessed as an intruder kicked in my basement door. While multiple intruders flocked to other entry points of my home. I began to open fire upon them,” she wrote.
The celebrity manager said her family is safe thankfully but wants culprits found. She is offering a $10,000 reward for anyone that can provide information regarding the identity of any of the intruders.
“My family is safe, by God’s grace. In this situation you have only two choices; Fight or flight. I refused to be a victim in my home! I will not rest until I know WHO is responsible,” she continued.
In several posts shared on social media about the incident, many commended Mac on her bravery. Spice responded to her statement regarding the shooting saying, “‘I Began to open fire’ Yesssss AS YOU SHOULD . I’m sooo glad you’re safe. God is in Control.”
As a result of the dreadful incident, her rap star son Polo G is not taking any chances and has hired 24-hour security at the Atlanta home to protect his mother and family. He is said to have hired “24 hour permanent armed guards” to help keep his family safe as well. The rapper purchased the estate as a gift to his mom just 7 months ago in February.
Stacia Mac is the founder of ODA Management, an entertainment company. She recently included a new endeavor titled House Of Legends and announced a new partnership with Geffen Records.
In this new partnership, Mac will seek out emerging talent and help distribute and promote their music under the Geffen Records umbrella, owned by Universal Music Group. Mac will work closely with Geffen Records General Manager, Lee L’Heureux, who has overseen the label’s growth development and executive expansion.
“When I got into management with Polo G, I always knew I wanted to grow but also understood the importance of timing. ODA Management grew into ODA Records and I’m so excited to now launch a new company in partnership with Geffen Records. I’ve long been committed to developing talent and this serves as another platform for me to do so with independent artists. Lee and his team are incredible partners who bring tremendous expertise and are equally committed to nurturing creators. I’m confident this partnership will be fruitful.”
ODA Management (Only Dreamers Achieve) was founded by Mac in 2018, in conjunction with her son Polo G’s decision to pursue a career in entertainment. She quickly steered his career toward not one, but two platinum albums, as well as chart-topping singles and billions of streams. Additionally, she helped Polo G create and launch his own record label ODA/Capalot Records in partnership with Columbia Records.
Other ODA Management clients include Asian Doll and TBaby.