Beyoncé's Storage Units Targeted, Thieves Steal Goods Worth $1 Million

Beyoncé's Storage Units Targeted, Thieves Steal Goods Worth $1 Million

- US superstar Beyoncé's storage units were targeted by thieves twice this March

- The burglars reportedly stole goods worth about $1 million when they broke into the storage space in Los Angeles recently

- Expensive handbags, dresses and snaps belonging to the singer's stylists were reportedly stolen from the storage units

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Beyoncé's storage units in Los Angeles, US were targeted by burglars twice this March. The thieves reportedly stole $1 million (around R15 million) worth of goods.

Three of the award-winning singer's storage units were broken into twice this month. The burglars reportedly stole luxurious handbags and designer dresses. The stolen pieces from the first robbery appeared to belong to Queen B.

Complex reports that the superstar's company Parkwood Entertainment was renting out the units. The thieves ransacked three units in the same storage space and also took handbags, kids' toys and pictures that belong to Bey's stylists, reports TMZ.

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Social media users have shared their thoughts on Bey's storage space being targeted twice this month. Check out some of their comments below:

@H3llo10 commented:

"How did they know where her storage units were in the first place?!?!"

@DanielR90448805 said:

"Good. Share the wealth."

@vonIajuan wrote:

"Beyoncé got a storage unit?!"

@Adammluboyera said:

"Jay-Z can make that back in seconds."

@Chrisamoure wrote:

"That's like nothing to her."

@BarbieJudge2021 added:

"Gambling with their lives for 1 million."
Beyoncé's Storage Units Targeted, Thieves Steal Goods Worth $1 Million
Beyoncé's storage units were broken into twice this month. Image: @beyonce
Source: Instagram

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion made music history on Sunday night, 14 March during the 63rd annual Grammy Awards. Jay-Z's wife and the US rapper became the first female artists to win the Best Rap Performance category at the prestigious awards.

Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion took the category with their smash hit, Savage Remix. Guinness World Records took to Twitter to announce Queen B and Tina Snow's good news. The organisation wrote:

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"@theestallion and @Beyonce HAVE OFFICIALLY MADE MUSIC HISTORY! The powerhouse artists are officially the FIRST female artists to ever win the category for Best Rap Performance at the @RecordingAcad - thanks to their hit 'Savage Remix'. Congratulations!"

The two talented artists fans took to Twitter to congratulate them for making music history. Check out some of the comments below:

@b4ehive commented:

"EVEN A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD. I'M SO PROUD OF MY FAVES @Beyonce @theestallion."

@mrmcoolaid said:

"Congratulations to both ladies but no lie I never thought I’d see Beyoncé winning a Grammy for rap."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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