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Libgdx TiledMapLayerTile issues

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Why would this code be acting odd? Any string I hand the .containsKey() function returns true. So every tile on my layer is trying to spawn a mob, and it's causing some issues haha. I'm using the same function to check for "solid" in another class and that one works as excpected.

                String key = "spawn";
                System.out.println("Spawning mobs into memory...");
		int count = 0;
		int toSpawnCount = 0;
		System.out.println("Current Floor: " + player.getCurrentFloor() );
		System.out.println("FloorSize: " + levels[player.getCurrentFloor()].getWidth() + ", " +  levels[player.getCurrentFloor()].getHeight());
		for (int x = 0; x < levels[player.getCurrentFloor()].getWidth(); x++)
			for (int y = 0; y < levels[player.getCurrentFloor()].getHeight(); y++)
				if (tiles.getCell(x, y) != null)
					if (tiles.getCell(x, y).getTile().getProperties().containsKey(key));
					//	System.out.println("Found a tile to spawn...");
		System.out.println("Counted " + count + " tiles containing spawn key.");


Spawning mobs into memory...
Current Floor: 0
FloorSize: 25, 25
Counted 625 tiles containing spawn key.



The "mud" tiles contain the "spawn" key, and no other tiles do. I've double and triple checked!


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