Stolen French bulldogs: Lady Gaga offers $500 000 reward for her dog

Stolen French bulldogs: Lady Gaga offers $500 000 reward for her dog

Pop superstar Lady Gaga is offering a$500 000 reward for the return of her French bulldogs Koji and Gustav that were stolen in Hollywood, a source conversant in the matter said on Thursday, after reports that her dog walker was shot. Gaga, whose recent performances included singing the anthem at President Joe Biden’s inauguration last month, has been in Rome filming a movie.

Her three French bulldogs remained in Hollywood, The Daily Mail reported. The outlet said Gaga’s dog walker was walking the dogs on Wednesday evening when he was shot. The third dog, Miss Asia, escaped and was later recovered. Lady Gaga and her dogs Shortly before 10 p.m. on Wednesday, a male gunman wielding semi-automatic handgun shot a male in his 30s in Hollywood and fled during a white vehicle, stealing two French bulldogs, l. a. policeman Drake Madison said. local department paramedics took the male victim to an area hospital in unknown condition, Madison said. The source on the brink of Lady Gaga, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said the singer was urging anyone who has the dogs to contact the e-mail [email protected] to return the dogs and retrieve the reward, no questions asked. The French bulldog may be a popular breed, and there has been a growing trend of dogs, which may cost several thousand dollars as puppies, being stolen for resale or breeding.

 

 

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