American artist, Lady Gaga proposes to pay N240M for her taken dogs
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American artist Lady Gaga proposes to pay N240M for her taken canines(Dogs)
The pit bull canines are accounted for to be exceptionally valuable to the music star.
American vocalist Lady Gaga's canine walker has been shot and her canines taken.
As indicated by PageSix, the canine walker was shot multiple times in the chest while two of her valuable pitbull canines were taken.
Nonetheless, the music star has offered to pay $500,000 (N240M) to the criminals.
The canine walker, Ryan Fischer being taken care of by surgeons after the shooting.
The canine walker, Ryan Fischer was trapped near his home in West Hollywood as he strolled Gaga's canines(Dogs) Koji, Miss Asia and Gustavo at around 10 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021.
He was raced to a nearby medical clinic while Koji and Gustavo were taken, a source near Gaga affirmed.
Lady gaga and one of her canines.
Sources disclosed to TMZ that it was not satisfactory if the criminals realized the canines had a place with Gaga, saying French Bulldogs are regularly focused on in light of the fact that they are in very high demand.
Her Dog-walker (Fischer) is said to be recovering in the hospital.
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