Tamar Braxton claims she is “not enraged” following a break-in at her home.


Tamar Braxton claims she is “not angry” following a break-in at her home.

Tamar Braxton claims to have been the victim of a home invasion.

In an Instagram post from November,

The singer claimed that a “broken, bum ass man” broke into her house and stole a safe when she was 17 years old.

“He didn’t take a Birkin, a computer, or one of [my son]Logan’s game systems, but he did go through my drawers, break mirrors, turn my bed upside down, and take my safe,” she explained.

“I’d like you to know that I’m not enraged.”

You did not injure me in any way.

You did not infringe on my rights.

What your broken broke asses don’t realize is that God gave me that house and EVERYTHING in it during a pandemic, as well as when I was all of those things.”

“God personally put the pieces of my life back together,” the former Real co-host continued.

So pumpkin, you didn’t take anything from me.

Those things you took from God, he will return to me a million times over!!! I know this isn’t a surprise, but be prepared.

You really pulled it off this time!!”

Tamar went on to call herself a “kings kid” and predict that God will “take the burglar’s alleged crime very personally.”

“Amen,” she added, “and Father, have your way.”

Shaunie O’Neal, who commented with prayer emojis, was one of Tamar’s first supporters after she posted.

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“And I thank God for the hedge of protection over your life and everything he’s blessed,” Jackie Walters continued.

According to the Los Angeles Police Department, authorities responded to a radio call of a burglary at a home in Sherman Oaks, Calif., on Nov.

at 7:45 p.m. on the 16th

The suspects had already vanished when they checked.

The home had been ransacked, according to police, and the homeowner claimed that US currency had been stolen.

Witnesses reported seeing two male Black suspects fleeing in a dark sedan.

The investigation is still ongoing, according to the police.

Meriam Bouarrouj contributed reporting.

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