Jamie Lynn Spears blamed Tesla for the deaths of her pet cats, and claimed that the car’s silent engine caused the accident.
“I know there are a lot of things to worry about in the world right now, but someone has to tell Elon Musk that Tesla is a secret cat killer and that’s a problem we really have to fix.” Sweet Magnolia The star said in a deleted social media video about the company’s CEO TMZ. “We’re lost now – I don’t even want to tell you how many cats – because they don’t listen to Tesla cranks and misfortunes and it’s really devastating and tragic for everyone involved.”
Jamie Lynn, the younger sister of Britney Spears, said the popular features of the electric car startled her cats. He did not elaborate on what had happened, only that the situation had worsened. “So, since Tesla is very quiet, maybe he can make one of those sounds that bothers the ears of cats and animals, so, he knows something is going on and he’s not in control. Come on in, take a look and enjoy yourself! “
Unlike gas-powered cars, electric vehicles do not make much noise, which gives the driver a more relaxed experience. However, this feature can endanger visually impaired people who rely on sounds to get to the streets safely. According to New York TimesThe new regulations, introduced last September, require American electric cars to raise their voices when moving less than 18 electric cars per hour.
“So, Elon Musk, let’s figure it out,” he said. “I mean, you owe me a couple of cats. And yes, I’m fully aware that this involves user error, but I’m just saying, you know, to save some cats.” , Cooperate
He then wrote “RIP Turkey” on a video showing his daughter Ivy, 2. “Turkey, where did your little cat go?” The little child asked by the mother, whom she shares with her husband Jamie Watson, is seen saying, “Turkey went to Jesus.” Jamie Lane also has a daughter named Maddie, who is 12 years old and whose ex-partner is Casey Eldridge.
Later, Jamie Lin shared an update on the “misleading” reaction to his video. “It’s not that it makes a difference, but it’s a bit misleading,” he captioned a screenshot of the news on Instagram.
“I didn’t run on any cats,” he wrote. “Tesla is not to blame, and he never intended to.” User error included as acknowledgment. We always look for animals before we drive.
He added: “I was just suggesting something I thought would be very helpful, and the intelligence of Teslamators is the best way to go about this.”
In another photo posted by Jamie Lin, he wrote: “This is your reference. I love my Teslamotors.
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