Actress Keke Palmer was the talk of the internet this weekend, after a number of mainstream media outlets began reporting that her career was “stalled” because of colorist people in Hollywood. Well Media Take Out has learned that Keke is not taking kindly to those reports.
The beautiful and successful actress is fighting back against the reports, and telling her fans that she’s proud of her career – which by most objective measures – has been hugely successful.
Keke started off her response, which was published on Twitter, explaining her success as a talk show host, a child star on Nickelodeon, and her accolades on Broadway.
The she dropped the mic, after naming all the top Hollywood films where she was the lead actress. Not the least of which is her current movie Nope, which is currently the number one film in the world.
What do you think about Keke’s response:
Keke is an actress, singer, and television personality. Known for playing leading and character roles in comedy-drama productions, she has received a Primetime Emmy Award, five NAACP Image Awards, and nominations for a Daytime Emmy Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award. She was included on Time magazine’s list of most influential people in the world in 2019.
Palmer made her acting debut in Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004). She later appeared in the television film The Wool Cap (2004) and had her breakthrough starring in the drama film Akeelah and the Bee (2006). She released her debut studio album, So Uncool, in 2007. She progressed as a prominent child actress with roles in Madea’s Family Reunion (2006), Jump In! (2007), The Longshots (2008) and Shrink (2009).
Palmer received recognition for her roles on Nickelodeon, such as portraying the title character in the sitcom True Jackson, VP (2008–2011), providing the voice of Aisha in the Nickelodeon revival of Winx Club (2011–2014), and headlining the television film Rags (2012). Palmer made her transition to mature roles with the VH1 biographical film CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story (2013), and later starred in the thriller film Animal (2014), the comedy horror series Scream Queens (2015–2016), the drama series Berlin Station (2017–2019), the slasher series Scream (2019), the crime drama film Hustlers (2019) and a starring role in Jordan Peele’s Nope (2022). In 2021, she received a Primetime Emmy Award for her roles in the series Turnt Up with the Taylors.
Since So Uncool, Palmer has released three extended plays: Lauren (2016), Virgo Tendencies, Pt. 1 (2019) and Virgo Tendencies, Pt. 2 (2020). She hosted the talk show Just Keke (2014) and co-hosted the talk show Strahan, Sara and Keke (2019–2020), the latter earning her a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host.
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