Jamie Lynn Spears blamed Tesla for the death of her pet cats, claiming that the car’s silent engine caused accidents.
“I know that there are huge things to worry about in the world right now but no one can know that Elon Musk knows that Tesla is a secret cat killer and it’s a problem we’ve actually fixed, ” Sweet magnolias Star talked about deleting the social media video published by the company’s CEO TMZ. “We are lost now – I don’t even want to tell you how many cats are there – because they don’t listen to Tesla Crank and unfortunate things happen and it’s really devastating and tragic for everyone involved.”
Jamie Lynn, who is the younger sister of Britney Spears, reported that the electric car’s hashed feature shocked her cats. He did not properly explain what happened, only that the circumstances ended badly. “So, since Tesla is so quiet, maybe he can make one of those noises that annoy the ears of a cat or animal when it cranks, so that way, they find something to happen and they guard. And not catching things ended up very tragically, ”she said.
Unlike gas-powered cars, electric vehicles do not make much noise, allowing the driver to experience more peace. However, the facility can endanger vision-impaired people who rely on sounds to navigate the streets safely. according to new York Times, American electric cars are required to make a sound when going below 18.6 mph in September last year.
“So, Elon Musk, let’s find out,” he said. “I mean, you give me one or two cats. And yes, I know full well that there is some user error involved, but I’m just saying, you know, collaborating, saving the lives of each cats. “
She then wrote “RIP Turkey” on a video featuring her daughter Ivey, 2. “Turkish, where did your little kitty cat go?” Asked the mother. The child, whom she shares with husband Jamie Watson, says, “Turkey went to Jesus.” Jamie Lynn also has a 12-year-old daughter named Maddy, with former partner Casey Aldridge.
Later, Jamie Lynn shared an update on the “misleading” response to her video. “Not that it matters, but it’s a little misleading,” she captioned a screenshot of a news report on Instagram.
“I didn’t run on any cats,” she wrote. “Tesla is not to be blamed, and never intended to be. User error is implicitly included. We always check animals before driving a vehicle.”
He said, “I was just making a suggestion about something that I think would be very useful, and the geniuses at @Teslamotors are the best to go for that issue.”
In another photo posted by Jamie Lynn, she wrote: “Yeh to bid. I love my Teslamotors.
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