Don’t Call Keke Palmer a THOT

Photo Credit: Instagram
Photo Credit: Instagram

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

The other day beautiful actress Keke Palmer got people talking when she posted a photo of her riding in a car with R&B singer August Alsina and bragged about him cooking her dinner recently, and it didn’t take long for folks to suspect there could be a budding romance brewing between them.

As to be expected, not everyone is thrilled about the possibility, so she’s been getting trolled on her Instagram account.

Interestingly enough, Keke went off when someone said she is starting to look like a “THOT” these days (screenshot obtained by Baller Alert):

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  1. I wouldn’t call her a THOT. But I do think she gets a little too excited about men before they prove themselves. That’s something she will eventually learn to stop doing when she gets older. You live and you learn.

  2. The troll shouldn’t have called Keke a thot but she has been acting super thirsty lately. I just think she is in that stage where these child stars trying to transition to being an adult just a kinda wild and rebellious stage. Keep in mind Keke is just 21 she will probably grow out of this.

    1. I agree. I don’t think she’s a slut but she’s always very thirsty for some dude’s attention. And I think that’s why they keep putting her in the friend zone.

  3. She already has really strong facial features. That hair cut and piercings does make her look good at all. Short hair isn’t for everybody and she is one of them.

  4. I wouldn’t call her a thot, but I would say that she’s a little aggressive with trying to prove she’s not a kid anymore. Some of the outfits she’s been wearing with all her flesh at the door have left a lot to be desired.

  5. Like others have already said, I think Keke is still trying to find herself. Labeling her anything right now is unfair and premature. She’s still very young.

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