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Tamar Braxton Reveals Not Feeling 'Safe' After Scary Clip Of Car Being Burglarized 

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By Fiyin Olowokandi on September 19, 2023 at 9:00 PM EDT

Thieves are tormenting Tamar Braxton! Two years after suffering a home invasion, the singer's valuables were stolen from her car.

The entertainer, best known as one of the founding members of The Braxtons group, recently revealed her vehicle had been burglarized. The "Let Me Know" songstress shared the upsetting news on social media.

Lamenting her ill fortune, the 46-year-old claimed she felt unsafe as a frequent victim of bad luck. According to the Grammy Award nominee, there was no one she could trust nor a place she could call her sanctuary.

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Tamar Braxton Says She Does Not 'Live Anywhere' Because Of Frequent Violations

On Monday, September 18, the "Love and War" hitmaker updated her Instagram page with surveillance videos from a parking garage. In the clips, unidentified men broke into Braxton's vehicle and stole all they could get their hands on.

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The first slide showed two hooded men, one in a red attire and the other in a gray ensemble. The man in gray accessed the driver's door to begin the theft while his accomplice served as a lookout, presumably unaware of the security camera.

In the second video, the burglars had increased to four as they opened the car's boot to steal the items in the trunk. A white car appeared in the third slide, possibly the thieves' getaway vehicle, as it was parked close to Braxton's car.

The white vehicle was gone on the fourth slide, but the men remained behind, continuing their evil acts. They appeared to be rounding up by the fifth clip, with the man in the gray hoodie walking off to access the parking lot's entrance.

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"I got robbed. At home. I'm not safe anywhere. I don't know why I keep getting violated," the media personality wailed in her caption, noting that her situation was more dire than anyone imagined. "I had a lot in my car 'cause I don't live anywhere cause I'm not safe anywhere or with anyone," Braxton claimed.

Her words received concerned reactions from fans, who wondered why the "All the Way Home" singer had no one she could depend on. "What do you mean you're not safe with anyone? What do you mean you don't live anywhere, and that's why you have a lot in your car?" Someone asked. Another worried fan raised similar questions, adding:

"What about your fiancé?? I'm genuinely confused, but I love you, girl, and glad you're ok that material stuff you can get back."

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More sympathizers expressed their sadness over the crime, with a third commenter writing: "OMG NOOOO. I'm so sorry this happened to you. My Goddd praying everything that was taken is replaced x10."

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The BET Award Winner Claimed She Knew Who Broke Into Her Home Two Years Ago

Braxton's vehicle was robbed two years after her Los Angeles home was invaded overnight in November 2021. The burglars made off with the 46-year-old's safe while leaving the rest of her valuables untouched.

Because the thieves only targeted her safe, the "Braxton Family Values" star claimed she knew the mastermind's identity. Addressing the situation on her Instagram page, the Marland native penned: "A few hours ago, this broken, bum a– man (one that I know) broke into my home and stole my safe only."

"Not a Birkin, not a computer, not one of Logan’s game systems, but he only went through my drawers, broke mirrors, turned my bed upside down, and took my safe," the mother of one continued, claiming she was not upset with the home invader.

"I want you to know first hand that I’m not angry. You did not break me. You did not violate me. What your broken broke a– don’t realize that God gave me that home and EVERY single thing in it during a pandemic, & also during the time when I was all those things," the Maryland native revealed.

Although she claimed this person had explicitly targeted her, the "Kingdom Business" actress noted she would leave the matter in God's hands. According to the entertainer, the material things were given to her by the Lord, and he would replace what was stolen "a million times fold."

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"You took from God!!! I know that is not a payback you are prepared for…but get ready. This time, you really did it!! I’m not sure you realize that I am truly a king’s kid, and I’m VERY special to him," Braxton declared. "So, I’m sure this one he’s going to take very personally. Father, have your way — Amen."

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