Metta World Peace says "everything is fine."
Even if that's the case, things in the world of World Peace seem to be as unpredictable as ever. Citing law enforcement sources, TMZ reported that the Lakers' forward was woken up early on Tuesday morning when officers responded to a call about armed men near his condo during the night.
The Lakers forward's first tweet on Tuesday seemed to address the incident.
The supposedly armed loiterers were determined to be carrying BB guns used to record a video and were residents in the condo complex, reported TMZ.
Nellie Andreeva for Deadline Hollywood reported late last month that World Peace was working on developing a hidden camera show with athletes. More from Deadline Hollywood.
"LMNO Prods., producers of CBS hidden camera series of specials I Get That A Lot, has partnered with Los Angeles Lakers player, Metta World Peace (born Ronald William Artest) and his Artest Media Group to develop Metta World Pranks, a new prank series featuring professional athletes in hidden camera bits. In addition to Metta and other professional athletes, the show’s practical jokes will also include family members, friends, boyfriends, girlfriends and fans."