Is Keke Palmer Being Extra in Her Pursuit to Sue Trey Songz? Claims He Used “Sexual Intimidation” on Her
This might be actress Keke Palmer’s best acting performance ever as she sat down with Larry King on the multi-Emmy nominated series “Larry King Now” to discuss her recent Instagram post, in which she claims that R&B singer Trey Songz used “sexual intimidation” to coerce her into his music video shoot, and then released the video publicly without her consent. Keke recounted “I said, first, ‘no’ to the producer, then said ‘no’ to the assistant, and then said ‘no’ to Trey, and then said it again after I came out of the closet.” Adding, “I feel like as a female, often I’m put in situations where sometimes males will use their masculinity, their sexuality, to taunt you. I hate to say that and make it known, but I ain’t the first person that’s gone through this. People have gone through this all the time.”
Keke also tells Larry that she plans on pressing charges, “I mean, it’s out and it’s over but I feel more so my point, it’s not just specifically about this person, this guy or what he did. It’s the overall idea that you can’t just do stuff to people and it’s all right. No matter who you are.”
The two were friends prior to her appearing in his video but some believe she might have overreacted because of their relationship. She claimed that she was unaware that a video shoot was happening even though she tells King she saw cameras when she arrived at the party. Professional cameras should have been a “red flag” for the actress however she decided to stay.
She also told King that she has not spoken to Trey Songz since the incident happened. Seeing that Keke has also embarked on a singing career, a feature with Songz will surely take it to the next level. Problem solved.