Multiple Grammy award-winning singer Beyonce has lost valuables worth more than $1 million to thieves who robbed her Los Angeles storage units. According to TMZ, the perps targeted Beyoncé’s storage facility twice in March 2021 and carted away her expensive handbags and dresses.
Parkwood Entertainment, an American management and entertainment company founded by Beyonce, was renting the storage units that were attacked. The singer was not the only victim of the robbery. One of her stylists also lost properties such as handbags, kids’ toys and photos.
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While there have been no arrests yet in connection to the crime, the Los Angeles Police Department are already involved in the investigation. The “Black Parade” singer has not made any public statement on the issue neither has she issued any bounty or reward for information.
Recall that when Lady Gaga’s dogs went missing earlier this year in February, she had offered a reward of $500,000 to anyone who had information or returned the dogs to her.
Recently, Beyonce had claimed four Grammy awards in one night at the 63rd edition out of the nine nominations taking her total wins to 28. This saw her surpass Quincy Jones and Alison Krauss with the most Grammy wins ever.