Katharine McPhee blames ‘woke’ voters for crime in Beverly Hills, is not going to put on costly jewellery

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Katharine McPhee is blaming “woke” voters for the rise in crime in Beverly Hills.

On her Instagram story on Wednesday, the “American Idol” alum expressed her frustration on the “unhappy state” Los Angeles finds itself in.

“I blame each single one among you woke voters,” she stated. “Seniors getting beat up whereas strolling. Maintain voting for this. What a tragic state this metropolis is in.”

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Katharine McPhee blames “woke” voters for rising crime in Los Angeles.
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Throughout McPhee’s rant, the singer stated she’s going to now not be sporting her costly jewellery, particularly on her wrists and fingers, whereas she’s out and about in Los Angeles. In her posts, she additionally talked about her endorsement of Rick Caruso, who’s working for main in Los Angeles.

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In her first Instagram story, McPhee, 38, reshared an article about an aged man being “jumped,” “mugged and crushed up” within the upscale metropolis.

“That is actually my fear and thought each time I’m going out now. We want @rickcarusola,” she wrote alongside the article. McPhee continued: “What’s this world coming to?”

The singer said she no longer feels comfortable wearing expensive jewelry in Los Angeles.

The singer stated she now not feels snug sporting costly jewellery in Los Angeles.
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Her subsequent slide confirmed a dialog together with her good friend, Sara Mann, who suggested her to not put on any costly jewellery. “Do not put on your Rolex,” Mann informed McPhee. McPhee responded with, “No rings no watches.”

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“That is the true life textual content/convos you might have with fam and mates about dwelling in LA now. We want @rickcarusola,” she wrote alongside the screenshot.

McPhee then uploaded a picture of herself with each of her fingers within the air to show that she didn’t have any expensive jewellery on. “No rings watches or something out in LA anymore,” she wrote earlier than tagging Caruso once more.

McPhee endorsed Rick Caruso, a Democratic candidate for Los Angeles major, several times on her Instagram story.

McPhee endorsed Rick Caruso, a Democratic candidate for Los Angeles main, a number of occasions on her Instagram story.
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This isn’t the primary time the “American Idol” alum has shared her opinion on politics.

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In February, McPhee slammed Stacey Abrams, who’s working for governor of Georgia, for posing maskless with a bunch of schoolchildren regardless of a mandate of being in place.

“What the precise hell… politicians at their most interesting. Masks up the kids and also you your self sit with no masks. The hypocrisy continues,” McPhee wrote on her Instagram story on the time. “I am certain she’s going to say… ‘however I had my masks in my hand!'”

In February, McPhee slammed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, right, for posing maskless with a group of schoolchildren despite a mandate of being in place.

In February, McPhee slammed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, proper, for posing maskless with a bunch of schoolchildren regardless of a mandate of being in place.
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Abrams had already responded to the backlash the photograph prompted after sitting Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp joined a number of different conservatives in criticizing the candidate over the photograph.

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“It’s shameful that our opponents are utilizing a Black Historical past Month studying occasion for Georgia kids because the impetus for a false political assault, and it’s pitiful and predictable that our opponents proceed to search for alternatives to distract from their failed information in terms of defending public well being throughout the pandemic,” an announcement from her marketing campaign posted to Instagram reads.

Fox Information’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.