Tamar Braxton Says She’s ‘Not Safe Anywhere’ After Experiencing Car Burglary
Singer Tamar Braxton does not feel safe “anywhere” after becoming the latest burglary victim.
Tamar Braxton has unfortunately joined the ever-growing list of people who have been robbed of personal items and valuables. Today (Sept. 18) Tamar Braxton took to Instagram and shared a shocking video of people stealing multiple items from her car. She captioned the post:
“I got robbed. At home. I’m not safe anywhere. I don’t know why I keep getting violated. I had a lot in my car cause I don’t live anywhere cause I’m not safe anywhere or with anyone.”
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In the footage, a group of individuals were captured rummaging through Tamar Braxton’s vehicle. Initially, the robbery appeared to be executed by three people, however, another clip shared by the entertainer showed that a fourth person was involved. At this time, the people responsible for the break-in have yet to be identified, but it’s clear they came prepared as they had a getaway car waiting to make their escape.
Tamar isn’t the only star who has had to deal with an invasion of her personal space. As previouly reported, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Kim Kardashian, Tina Knowles, and Lyfe Jennings have all gone through a similar situation
The “Love and War” singer’s burglary comes after her performance at Sunday’s (Sept. 17) Atlanta Falcons game. Her moment of celebration was quickly overshadowed by the theft she experienced.
News of the break-in has prompted an outpour of responses from fans and fellow celebs. Tina Knowles chimed in to state:
“So Sorry Tamar, I too well firsthand know how violated you feel! But you are safe because you are surrounded by the power of God’s protection. You are also very loved remember that.”
The “Godmother of Soul,” Patti LaBelle commented on Tamar’s post with three praying hands and Coko of SWV wrote:
“OMG!!!! This is terrible.”
Although Tamar received a significant amount of support some social media commentators blamed the singer for her own misfortune. One person stated:
“That’s your fault for leaving your sh*t in the carrrrrrrrr. How many times do folks have to say DO NOT LEAVE VALUABLES IN THE D*M CAR! No guns no clothes no jewelry no money! That’s car life 101! DON’T DO IT! People specifically target cars for those items.”
Another person echoed the sentiments and commented:
‘Why are you leaving anything in your car? No matter where you live or where you are it isn’t safe or smart at all. I don’t leave anything in my car anymore and haven’t for years now. If a thief wants a car charger, an umbrella, some cheap $10 sunglasses from Amazon and hand sanitizer then be my guest bc that is ALL they will find in my car!”
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