Toni Braxton loses her engagement ring from Birdman, pleads with 'holder' to return it

Toni Braxton is searching for her engagement ring she got from Birdman after it was 'stolen' from her bag on a Delta flight

The 51-year-old singer said she left one of her bags, containing the ring, on the Delta flight, and she is now pleading with whoever took the ring to please return it.

She said that she was unable to get help from Delta in a bid to retrieve the bag.

 The singer wrote on Twitter:

"Hey @Delta I left my LV train case on my flight from JFK to LAX on Tuesday. It’s been impossible to get any type of assistance from anyone in the company! Can someone let delta know I’m trying to get in contact w/them?I’ve tried to no avail 😔 pls help you’re my favorite airlines"

When she finally got the bag back a lot of her jewelry in it, including her engagement ring, were missing.

She’s pleading with whoever “borrowed” it to please, return it..

"Hey everyone, @delta located my LV Train Case! Yay! Unfortunately most of my jewelry items are missing…including MY ENGAGEMENT RING! Whoever BORROWED it…PLEEEASE return it!!!! 😞😥  I promise, no questions asked!"

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Sharing a photo of the ring on Instagram, she wrote:

"Feeling back to my old self again, yay! But I’m sad today 😢 my engagement ring is missing 😞 but I’m optimistic that someone will find Bonnie and return her home!"

Toni Braxton and Birdman got engaged in February and the ring definitely worth a huge chunk.

Some of her social media followers are asking why is the engagement ring in her bag when its supposed to be on her finger.


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