Keke Palmer Fires Back at Comparison to Zendaya Over Colorism: “I’m an Incomparable Talent”







Keke Palmer doesn’t seem to rate her recent conversations on social media by comparing her career to that of Zendaya. Saturday’s tweet is the most recognizable difference in mainstream popularity between Palmer and Zendaya, who are currently starring in Jordan Peele’s Nope, “the most showing how colorism is affecting Hollywood. It’s one of the clearest examples.




The first black woman to appear on her own show at Nickelodeon, and the youngest and first black Cinderella on Broadway. I am an unparalleled talent. Baby, this is Keke Palmer. The 28-year-old star continued, “I’ve been a top-notch woman since I was 11. I have over 100 credits and now appear in the original script #NOPE on box office revenue.”

 

I had a blessed career so far, I couldn’t ask any more, but God keeps astonishing me-starring Palmer with Daniel Kaluuya Horror movie. Palmer was a child of the title role of Nicorodeon’s True Jackson VP, who debuted in 2008 and was active for three seasons. Other credits include Akeelah and the Bee, Scream Queens, Husterers, this year. The role of the speech in the Pixar movie Lightyear, Strahan, Sara & Keke, etc. as the third hour co-host of Good Morning America.




 

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