Tamar Braxton says her car was broken into and ransacked: 'I'm not safe anywhere'
Tamar Braxton, in a series of posts via Instagram Monday, said her vehicle was broken into and ransacked while parked in the garage of her Atlanta residence.
The 46-year-old songstress shared a series of security clips showing a group of men aggressively rummaging through a vehicle in an underground parking garage.
She wrote in the caption: 'I got robbed. At home. I’m not safe anywhere. I don’t know why I keep getting violated.'
The All the Way Home singer said that she kept a number of valuable possessions in her vehicle at the time of the robbery.
'I had a lot in my car cause I don’t live anywhere cause I’m not safe anywhere or with anyone,' Braxton said.
She followed up in a series of posts on Instagram Stories, as she said: 'Yeah so, I'm not OK. Not at all ... but I'm gone be OK and that what matters.'
The Love and War artist vented her frustration at the lack of reaction or response to the crime.
She said the robbers had a half-hour to rummage through her belongings without any outside interference.
'They robbed me for 30 minutes with all this [surveillance] in one of the most expensive buildings in Atlanta ... no one did nothing!!!' she said, adding shrugging and broken heart emojis.
Tamar, who is the younger sister of R&B staple Toni Braxton, said that she felt unsafe based on the items the robbers made off with.
'Why they take my garage good openers I feel like they are following me and my Bently Key ... where can I go??? Noehere? And trust whooooooooo?? I hate it here OMG,' Braxton said.
It was not immediately clear if Braxton notified authorities of the theft.
The Crazy Kind of Love vocalist on Sunday sang the National Anthem at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium prior to the NFL game between the Atlanta Falcons and Green Bay Packers.
In the comment thread of the post, Braxton received a series of supportive comments from fans as well as other celebrities.
Beyonce's mom Tina Knowles, who was robbed of $1 million in cash and jewelry in July - shared a kind message.
'So Sorry Tamar, I too well firsthand know how violated you feel!' Knowles said. 'But you are safe because you are surrounded by the power of God's protection. You are also very loved remember that.'
Love & Hip Hop personality Shekinah Anderson expressed her anger and frustration over crime and the people it impacts.
'This s*** need to be stopped!!' she said. 'It’s so sad man!!! I can’t stand it!! Go to work!!! get a job stop stealing other people’s things they work hard for!!!'
Basketball Wives star Tami Roman said that karma would come to the perpetrators.
'Awww Tay I’m sorry about this baby,' Roman said. 'THEY WILL reap what they sow! God will cover & restore every item but THEY will experience his vengeance. Just watch.'
The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Drew Sidora echoed a similar sentiment, saying, 'I hate this so much! These are kids……they need to learn a lesson. I’m so sorry babe….praying for everything to recovered back to you ten fold and prayers for peace of mind.'