G. McConway
December 26, 2023

Beyonce Childhood Home Burns Down on Christmas Day

Beyonce is one of the most successful and polarizing singers in the world.

With a net worth of an estimated $800 million, she is a woman who can pretty much buy anything she wants.

Well, that would be anything but her childhood home, which tragically went up in flames on Christmas day.

Up in Smoke

Beyonce, a Houston native, got the bad news on Christmas day regarding her childhood home.

Early Christmas morning, Houston firefighters got the call for a home on fire on Rosedale Street, which is located in the city’s 3rd Ward.

When they arrived, they saw the top two stories of the home where Beyonce grew up had already been engulfed in flames.

Pictures from the scene were pretty dramatic, and you could not help but feel empathy for the families that stood outside watching their homes go up in flames on the morning of Christmas.

Firefighters were able to get the blaze under control rather quickly, with Fire District Chief Justin Barnes stating, “They did a great job. I’m going to say, in less than 10 minutes, we had a really good grip on this fire.”

Thankfully, everyone got out in time and there were no injuries to either of the families that lived in the home.

Unfortunately, now the only thing they have left is the Christmas pajamas they had on when they ran out of the house.

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation, but something tells me that it will have something to do with Christmas lights.

Beyonce’s family originally bought the home in 1981 for a reported $64,000, the same year that Beyonce was born. The family moved a few years later.

Even though Beyonce has not lived there since her early childhood, locals consider that home to be a landmark in Houston.

You know what would be really nice? If Beyonce stepped up and used some of that $800 million to give a life-changing gift to those families that lost their belongings and homes in the house where she spent the first few years of her life.

Now that would be a Christmas miracle!

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