Keke Palmer Doesn’t Care What You Think About Her Ashy Feet

LAS VEGAS, NV - MAY 22:  Actress/recording artist Keke Palmer poses in the press room during the 2016 Billboard Music Awards at T-Mobile Arena on May 22, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by David Becker/Getty Images)

Keke Palmer Doesn’t Care What You Think About Her Ashy Feet

She shut the trolls all the way down with this clapback.

Published May 25, 2016

Thanks to folks and their quick Twitter fingers, celebs are constantly under scrutiny all the time — and a lot of times unfairly.

This week’s victim is Scream Queens star Keke Palmer, who was virtually assaulted for her “ashy feet” on the Billboard Music Awards red carpet and for posting a makeup-free selfie on Instagram before hitting the show. And, as usual, internet trolls couldn’t let her live and clowned her, leaving mean and completely unnecessary comments on her page.
 

Poor chile was even trending on Twitter for all the wrong reasons.

But Palmer wasn’t here for any of it.

On Tuesday, she blasted critics on her Instagram page, saying that she is doing A-OK.

“The truth is, anytime you're being you and not following the status ‘quo’, you will be ridiculed. I say this to me and anyone watching the nasty things that are being said to me. From the acne scars on my skin, to the unwanted nude color on my toes hahaha. I can only be me and if it's not enough for anyone else that's alright with me! I can take any of the sticks and the stones thrown at me because I know the freedom of one loving thyself. I know the freedom of loving who you are every minute of the day and that's what it's about!” she wrote.

I hate that everyone feels like this is a big deal. I didn't even want to make a post for it but I keep seeing people saying "Leave Keke alone" or "Why are you being mean to Keke" lol. I don't want any of my supporters to get the wrong idea about who I am. Keke is fine because Keke knows who she is. Keke doesn't care to conform to what people thinks she should be. #IDontBelongToYou- And Keke knows that love is the only real thing out there, everything else is delusion. When I see people being mean, I know it's them and not me. I focus on who loves me, not who hates me duh that's why I'm so happy all the time, I choose it. Hahahahaha! I know I'm different, I been different all my life I have never been a follower. The truth is, anytime you're being you and not following the status "quo", you will be ridiculed. I say this to me and anyone watching the nasty things that are being said to me. From the acne scars on my skin, to the unwanted nude color on my toes hahaha. I can only be me and if it's not enough for anyone else that's alright with me! I can take any of the sticks and the stones thrown at me because I know the freedom of one loving thyself. I know the freedom of loving who you are every minute of the day and that's what it's about! It's about YOU being into you, never about THEM 😍. So don't feel bad for me, I'm not a fucking victim or a hero. I'm just a regular girl with a cool job. But I'm just a girl nonetheless, now let's stop acting like everything celebrities do is profound lol. Cause real talk, y'all know me taking off my makeup is not news. #StopBeingDramatic #JustBeingHonest 😳😂❤️💋👑

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She added, “I hate that everyone feels like this is a big deal. I didn't even want to make a post for it but I keep seeing people saying ‘Leave Keke alone’ or ‘Why are you being mean to Keke’ lol. I don't want any of my supporters to get the wrong idea about who I am. Keke is fine because Keke knows who she is. Keke doesn't care to conform to what people thinks she should be. #IDontBelongToYou.”

PREACH!

Palmer isn’t the only celeb to pop off on folks this week via Instagram. Under the influence of post-dental surgery drugs, former Glee star Amber Riley finally had enough of her curvy body being under the microscope by telling her telling her critics in a video to “let her big a** live.”

"Why does me being fat offend so many people? Is it because I’m confident and I’m fly, and I’m sexy? Do my thighs, offend? Does my stomach, offend? Does my big juicy a** offend? Why? Why!? Let my big a** live! I let y’all live! I love all colors, shapes and sizes. So, just so you know, when you come on here, and you call me fat, it’s not an insult, dummy. My a** is fat. And the fellas love it. And so do I. So eat it,” she concluded.

It’s clear: The ladies are not here for the bullying and nonsense.

You've been warned. 

 

(Photo: David Becker/Getty Images)

Written by By Kellee Terrell

(Photo: David Becker/Getty Images)

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