Paul Pogba of Manchester United Football Club tweeted on March 16th that his home was broken into. In a message shared with his 9.8 million followers, he said “Last night, our family’s worst nightmare was realised when our home was broken into and burglarized while our babies were sleeping in their bedroom”
He went on to give details saying: “The burglars were in our home for less than five minutes but in that time, they took from us something more valuable than anything we had in our home… Our sense of safety and security”
This is looking to be a trend.
Paul’s not the only one to have suffered this sort of misfortune. Techno and Dance Singer, Rita Aalder home was burglarized in January and February of this year, on the 10th and 11th respectively, not a good way to kick off the year. Though not vocal about it like Paul, sources say, Rita and her sister were held at knife-point and the armed thieves made away with Rita’s phones, decoder, TV and other valuables. It’s said one of the phones contained materials from Rita’s third album, “Journey”, which has caused a hugh setback for the singer, given she produces her own songs. There were no backups to the instrumentals of her songs; Rita, it’s reported, suffered a tremendous loss as a result of the invasion.
Rita has since put her house on the market and is making plans to leave the undisclosed city where she currently resides. Her source says “No one deserves to live in fear” and that this house will forever “hold bad memories” for Rita.