Singer Beyonce has become the latest celebrity victimized of a burglary this year. Three storage units rented by the former Destiny’s Child member were burglarized twice in March for over $1 million worth of valuable items.
According to TMZ, the three storage units rented by Beyonce’s production company Parkwood Entertainment in Los Angeles, was robbed of luxury items including designer handbags, dresses, children’s toys and pictures that belonged to one of the “Irreplaceable” singer’s stylist.
Other celebrities who have been victims of burglaries include Miley Cyrus whose storage units were robbed twice of clothing and personal items in 2018 and early this year in January, and Producer Diddy whose home in Toluca Lake, Los Angeles was robbed also in January with no reports on if anything was stolen.
In other news with her 24 win, Beyonce has become the most awarded winner in the NAACP Awards. Following her 28th triumph at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards, the Texas native won four more awards at the 52nd annual NAACP Awards including awards for outstanding female artist for “Black Parade” and outstanding music video for “Brown Skin Girl”, the video she shares with her daughter Blue Ivy Carter. She also won two awards for her collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion for the hit single “Savage”, one for outstanding duo, group or collaboration (contemporary) and the other for outstanding hip hop/rap song. Along with the iconic superstar’s Grammy and NAACP acolades, Beyonce has also won a total of 26 MTV Video Music Awards, 31 BET Awards, and 17 Soul Train Music Awards.
Beyonce released “Black Parade” in June 2020 as a nonprofit single in honor of Juneteenth, the day that marks the end of slavery in the United States. The song was also released in the wake of George Floyd’s death and to Black culture and to support Black activism. The 39-year-old mother of three is considered one of the world’s best-selling recording artists, selling 118 million records worldwide.
Beyonce’s “Black Parade” currently has over 12.3 million views on YouTube.