Poor Farrah Franklin. After her arrest for disorderly conduct earlier this year, it seems it’s been all downhill for the former Destiny’s Child member.
Franklin was a part of the world’s most successful girl group for only about 10 minutes, but you’d think she should have been able to turn Beyonce’s Midas touch to a successful career.
Franklin surely could have turned her 10 minutes into a pocket full of cash had she sold her Destiny’s Child memorabilia, right?
In fact, the storage unit where Franklin stored all those valuable items, was auctioned off to the highest bidder after she apparently neglected to pay her storage bill…
And you’ll never believe where all that valuable Destiny’s Child memorabilia ended up…
Straight to on eBay! Now you too can own a piece of Destiny’s Child history… and for only $50,0000 (or your best offer).
The storage unit contained personal photographs of Franklin along with her DC bandmates Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams as they were touring back in 2000.
There’s also various contracts containing all of the ladies’ signatures and personal items like birthday cards and concert mementos…
A birthday card to Farrah signed by Michelle…
Franklin’s unit was apparently purchased by one of those “storage wars” type dudes, who notes “on 6/28/2011 Farrah Franklin’s Storage Unit Went Up For Auction. I purchased the storage unit”.
In addition to the tons of personal photographs Farrah had of she and the girls when she was with Destiny’s Child (for 5-6 months), there were various photos of other stars she came in contact with, including Jay-z, Brittany Spears, Diana Ross, Shaq, Tyrese, Xibit and more.
The most interesting thing I noticed on the list, besides the copy of an original signed contract by all members was the original letter sent from Mathew Knowles terminating Farrah from Destiny’s Child.
I’m extremely shocked that Farrah didn’t sell this stuff earlier… especially if she couldn’t afford to store it.
Franklin coulda made a killing from some Beyonce stan or DC collector. Oh well… her loss is some random dude’s $50,000 gain! *sigh*
Is there anyone you can think of who would gladly buy up all this Destiny’s Child memorabilia?