David And Tamela Mann Car Has Been Stolen !!
|David And Tamela Mann Car Has Been Stolen !!|
Known for their hit show "Meet the Browns" and Tamela's booming gospel career, the couple was robbed while dining at a Red Lobster in Camp Creek near Atlanta, Georgia.
Despite being heartbroken over the ordeal, they maintain that God will provide and are praying for the thieves.
Without hesitation, David Mann says he ran out and hit the suspect's car, but he and his daughter had to jump out of the way as it sped off.
“You ever been to the point when something happens to you, you just want to cry?" Mann said in a video posted on Facebook.
|David And Tamela Mann|
Please just bring us our ID,” Tamela Mann pleaded on Facebook. “My passport is in there. His passport is in there.”
East Point police believe the suspects are young men and part of the same group responsible for a string of break-ins.
"It's sad for anybody who has ever had this happen. It's just a horrible feeling,” Tamela Mann said.
David shared that his new backpack containing his brand new computer was stolen, along with a large bag of jewelry that belonged to Tamela, the couple's IDs, credit cards, passports, social security cards, medicine, valuables and more.
"I really feel like crying, but I'm like, 'Lord I know you have something great in store for me.' I heard my own song, 'God Provides' and I almost cried because I know God is going to provide," Tamela continued.
|David And Tamela Mann Family|
She went on to say, "I want the Lord to get them. Sic them Holy Ghost."
David chimed in, " I want the Lord to save them and convict their heart so they can come back and say, 'You know what, I can't even do anything with this and they dump it back off where they got it."
Although greatly troubled by their experience, the Manns posted the video about what happened to them to show others that they too, even after almost 30 years of marriage and very successful careers, go through troubles.
"Thank you for hurting with us and praying for us, and we're praying for ya too that the Lord just cover us all because people are just evil and doing all kind of crazy stuff for no reason.
We do have to stay in prayer. It's just terrible that we're living in a time that we need God for every moment," Tamela concluded.