Jamie Lynn Spears, the former Nickelodeon star and star of Zoey 101 accuses Elon Musk and Tesla Motors of silently killing cats.
Tesla Motors and Elon Musk have had a somewhat rocky start to 2021. After a glorious year of sales and stock growth, they face a couple of scandals that couldn’t be more different from each other.
On the one hand, the US regulatory entities suggested to the company the possibility of recall 158 thousand cars due to a manufacturing defect in your popular Model X.
Meanwhile, on the diametrically opposite side, a twisted but direct accusation has been raised against Tesla and even Elon Musk: they are cat killers.
Jamie Lynn Spears speaks …
As reported by colleagues from Insider, Former Nickelodeon child star and sister of Britney Spears, Jamie Lynn Spears, has accused the car company of silently killing cats.
Everything happened in a live broadcast through the actress’s official Instagram account. Where he spoke of a situation that he would have experienced with Tesla cars:
2ND HAND EMBARRASSMENT: Jamie Lynn Spears blames Elon Musk for the death of her cats. She says she’s lost count of how many cats she’s killed because Teslas are too quiet. She ends saying Elon owes her a couple of cats. pic.twitter.com/cvdyAnotTq
– Def Noodles (@defnoodles) January 18, 2021
I know there are bigger problems in the world to worry about right now, but someone has to tell Elon Musk that Tesla is a secret cat killer. And it is a problem that has to be fixed.
We have already lost… I don’t even want to tell you how many cats. It is devastating and very tragic for everyone involved.
Elon Musk, let’s fix this. I mean, you owe me a few cats.
According to the girl, the engine of Tesla cars is actually so silent that cats cannot hear it until it is too late and for that reason they die under the car.
This triggered reactions where it was even interpreted that then she had killed the cats by driving a Tesla.
So Spears had to drop a clarifying note. There she states that she did not kill any pussycat, and that it could all have been due to human error.