Miranda Lambert Fans Robbed at Gunpoint Following Tulsa Concert
Miranda Lambert's 'Gunpowder & Lead' hit a little too close to home for three Lambert fans who were robbed at gunpoint at a McDonald's following the country star's show Thursday night (April 12).
Lambert performed at Tulsa, Okla.'s BOK Center in her husband's home state, and after the show three fans stopped by the fast food restaurant to get something to eat before heading home to Midwest City, according to Oklahoma's News 9.
Police say the fans -- who were sporting homemade Miranda Lambert t-shirts -- were in McDonalds when a man approached them with a gun and demanded cash. Though he only got $7 out of the deal, the man took what he could get and then ran from the scene. Police are on the hunt for him, though he thankfully did not harm any of the three women.
Tonight (April 13), Lambert and crew are headed to Little Rock, Ark. with the Four the Record Tour. When she's home between tour stops, Lambert has been busy this week trying to decide whether or not to keep a sweet little stray dog she found by the side of the road that bears a striking resemblance to Batman. Though fans seem to be hoping the tiny pup will find a home in the singer's household, the dog lover recently tweeted about the decision, simply saying, “it’s being discussed” with a smiley face added at the end.