Khloe Kardashian is very sad!
Burglars, robbers and vandals are terrorizing the city, and destroying anything and everything in their path.
Khloe wants her home city of Los Angeles to go back to being “the old LA.”
Khloe Is Saddened By The Crime Ravaging Los Angeles
Despite living VERY far north of the city where the crime is happening, Khloe is sad the city of Los Angeles has become a scene out of “The Purge.”
As you may know, Khloe and the rest of her family in the safe and uber rich confines of gated communities spanning from Calabasas to Woodland Hills.
On Friday, August 19, the reality TV star shared an Instagram post from ABC 7 News.
The post read, “Mob ransacks & loots SOCAL 7-Eleven store as violence and theft plague locations.
Khloe Wants The Old LA Back
Koko wrote over the post, “So so sad! Such a shame! I want the old LA back.”
She then shared a video of a grocery store getting robbed while customers stood by filming.
It really is sad the amount of crime that has been happening and continues to happen in Los Angeles.
In recent weeks, multiple 7-Eleven stores have been robbed or ransacked by mobs. One woman set a SOCAL 7-Eleven on fire!
The post Khloe shared was a 7-Eleven store in the Harbor Gateway part of the city.
A “flash mob” of looters were caught on security camera footage absolutely trashing the store and stealing everything they could get their hands on.
The Crime In Los Angeles Is Out Of Control
Cigarettes, snacks, drinks, lottery tickets and other merchandise were stolen. Many of the looters didn’t even care to hide their identity.
They were gone before the police could take anyone into custody.
According to police, the flash mob strategically planned their takeover and parked cars at an intersection right by the store.
This blocked off traffic from all angles and created a “pit” in the middle of it.
“The term ‘flash mob’ was first used to describe a large public gathering at which people perform an unusual or seemingly random act and then disperse, typically organized by means of the internet or social media,” the LAPD said in a statement. “In the latest cases, however, ‘flash mobs’ have turned from fun spontaneous events to opportunistic criminal occurrences.”
Khloe did her civil duty of making the issue known to her millions of followers, and she instantly went back to her regularly scheduled programming by promoting herself and Good American.
Khloe Promotes Herself & Good American After Feeling ‘Sad’
Something else Koko admitted to missing was the “old me.”
In May, The Blast reported the new mother-of-two opened up on the “Not Skinny But Not Fat” podcast about missing the Khloe in the early 2000s.
“When we first started the show there was no social media. There was Myspace, then Twitter and later things came,” she said. “I like miss the old me. I miss like, how I overthink everything now, when like before, things used to be a lot more fun.”
Here’s to missing the good ole days.