Beyoncé's Houston childhood home burns Christmas morning.

Beyoncé's Houston Third Ward childhood home burned early Christmas morning.

CNN affiliate KTRK says that firefighters extinguished the fire within minutes of arriving at the home at 2 a.m. Monday.

KTRK calls the house on the 2400 block of Rosedale Street a “iconic landmark” to Beyoncé fans, even though her family no longer lives there.

The cause of the incident is under investigation, and the current residents were unharmed, KTRK said.

The Grammy record-breaker stays true to her Houston roots despite her global fame.

Beyoncé and her mother, Tina Knowles, put up mobile Covid-19 testing sites in her community in the early months of the pandemic.

On Christmas morning, tragedy struck as Beyoncé's childhood home in Houston went up in flames. 

The iconic singer's former residence, a symbol of her humble beginnings, was engulfed in fire, leaving behind memories of her formative years.  

. The blaze, its cause yet unknown, consumed the structure and added a somber note to the holiday.  

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