Katharine McPhee blames 'woke' voters for crime in Beverly Hills, will not wear expensive jewelry

Katharine McPhee blames 'woke' voters for rise in crime in Beverly Hills.
In her Instagram Story on Wednesday, the American Idol alum expressed her frustration at the "sad state" Los Angeles finds itself in.
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"I blame every single one of you bright voters," she said. “Seniors get beaten up as they walk. Keep voting for it. What a sad state this city is in.”
Katharine McPhee blames "woke" voters for rising crime in Los Angeles. Jamie McCarthy
During McPhee's tirade, the singer said she will no longer be wearing her expensive jewelry, particularly on her wrists and fingers, while out and about in Los Angeles. In her posts, she also mentioned her support for Rick Caruso, who is running for mayor in Los Angeles.
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In her first Instagram Story, McPhee, 38, re-shared an article about an elderly man who was "ambushed," "mugged and beaten up" in the upscale town.
"That's literally my concern and my thought every time I go out now. We need @rickcarusola," she wrote alongside the article. McPhee continued, "What will become of this world?"
The singer said she no longer feels comfortable wearing expensive jewelry in Los Angeles. Paul Morigi
Her next slide featured a conversation with her friend Sara Mann, who advised her not to wear expensive jewelry. "Don't wear your Rolex," Mann told McPhee. McPhee responded with, "No rings, no watches."
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"This is the real text/conversations you have with your family and friends about life in LA right now. We need @rickcarusola," she wrote alongside the screenshot.
McPhee then uploaded a picture of herself with both hands in the air to prove she wasn't wearing expensive jewelry. "No more ring watches or anything in LA," she wrote, before tagging Caruso again.
This isn't the first time the American Idol alum has spoken out about politics.
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In February, McPhee slammed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams for posing maskless with a group of schoolchildren despite an existing mandate.
“What the hell… politicians at their best. Cover up the children and you sit there without a mask. The hypocrisy continues," McPhee wrote on her Instagram story at the time. "I'm sure she'll say... 'but I had my mask on!'"
In February, McPhee slammed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, right, for posing maskless with a group of schoolchildren despite an existing mandate.
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Abrams had already responded to the backlash the photo caused after the Georgia governor's meeting. Brian Kemp joined several other Conservatives in criticizing the candidate over the photo.
"It is shameful that our opponents are using a Black History Month children's reading event in Georgia as the impetus for a bogus political attack, and it is pathetic and predictable that our opponents continue to look for ways to distract from their failed records when." it's about protecting public health during the pandemic," read a campaign statement posted to Instagram.
Fox News' Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.
Catherine McPhee
American recording artist; singer and songwriter

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