Keke Palmer Upset That Fan Invaded Her Privacy After She Declined Taking a Photo Three Times
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Keke Palmer Upset That Fan Invaded Her Privacy After She Declined Taking a Photo Three Times

Keke Palmer
LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 16: Keke Palmer is seen at "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on March 16, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

Over the weekend, actress Keke Palmer took to social media to call out a fan who did not respect her request for privacy after she declined to take a picture with her.

The talented performer took to her Twitter account to make a statement about an incident involving a fan asking and persisting in taking a photo with her. Palmer recalls being asked three times but says she declined three times, yet, the “fan” proceeded to film the Akeelah and the Bee star.

The episode upset Palmer so much that she continued the conversation on her Instagram account.

“Clearly I’m still upset about it cause I hated that I smiled, but that is my defense mechanism to laugh or joke in an uncomfortable situation and it misleads people every time. Literally I could be wanting to scream, and on the outside I’m still preforming. The fact that I tell people no at all is therapeutic progress for me lbvs.

“Creating boundaries can sometimes be so difficult but when you people please or always try to avoid conflict, you let yourself down every time… Goodluck to all those who also struggle with this from time to time. ♥️

“If you ever want a picture with me and I say no, let’s just let that rock.”


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Palmer still has her hands full when not in front of a camera or entertaining fans. Last month during Women’s History Month, she celebrated Black small business owners and connected with customers to do the same in a new collaboration with Amazon.

Amazon is working with influential voices like Palmer to introduce customers to a range of women-owned small businesses they can discover and support on As per Essence, after much research, Palmer selected the following brands and people: Culture Tags, Obia Naturals, EPIC Everyday, Orijin Bees, Darlyng and Co., LIVE BY BEING, author Crystal Swain-Bates, Kanda Chocolates, and Bossy Cosmetics.