Trey Songz has some wild accusations against him.
Earlier today we covered the report, Trigga Trey denied the kidnapping and sexual assault allegations made against him by Celina Powel, and Instagram model/“clout chaser.” Trey says “none of that happened.”
Amid the controversy, Keke Palmer seemingly chimed in on the conversation with a cryptic message, “In light of some things” she has seen on Twitter she wrote via Instagram.
“I wanted to take the time to highlight some of the awesome men I’ve come across in the industry! I can’t list every single person and I haven’t met every single person lol. My experience is mine alone but these were some people that came to mind that have encouraged me and supported me throughout my career showing me nothing but respect. Judge Mathis and Snoop were actually the first people to ever tell me to try out hosting lol(Judge Mathis got me my first deal with “Just Keke”) Nick Cannon allowed me to produce my first movie ever “Rags” at only 17 years old! Things are divided more than ever and there are a lot of changes happening for the better. I just wanted to use this moment to show love to those that have shown me love.”
The list included people like Lil Durk, Judge Mathis, Romeo, Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, Nick Cannon, Dwayne Wade, Tyler Perry, and Michael Strahan. Trey Songz didn’t make the list and it’s ironic that Keke started off her message by saying she wanted to highlight a few amazing men due to what she’s been seeing online. Three years ago, Keke accused the “Back Home” singer of sexual intimidation for using an unauthorized clip of her in his music video for “Pick Up The Phone.” Keke was frustrated and vented online:
KeKe Palmer was genuinely hurt when Trey Songz and the artist of Trey Songz did inappropriate things that were unauthorized to KeKe.
KeKe never consented to the inappropriate behaviors that Trey Songz and the friends of Trey Songz subjected KeKe to.
KeKe deserves respect.
— 👑 Champion King 👑 (@DubNationKing) August 19, 2020
“This is preposterous,” she wrote in an Instagram post. “How am I in this video Trey? After you found me in a closet HIDING because I was so afraid of anymore conflict. Literally, my last option was to hide because you all would not listen when I said I did not want to be in the video the FIRST time.” She continued:
“Just cause you give someone food and alcohol and throw in a little sexual intimidation doesn’t mean they will buckle. Yet, you still disrespected me as a young women, whom you’ve known since she was TWELVE. YOU STILL, defied my wishes and in turn showed your lack of respect for a brand that took me fourteen years to build and put me in the video against my wishes.”
A conversation about people not listening to black women sparked on Twitter + mixed reactions, take a look:
Y’all owe Keke Palmer an apology. So it takes two white women for y’all to actually look into Trey Songz and his suspect behavior? This is what black women mean when we say WE AREN’T PROTECTED
— I report tweets. (@theejawnkay) August 19, 2020
Trey Songz got way too many allegations about him and his behavior to be taken lightly. That’s why it was so weird when y’all got mad that folks were raising an eyebrow at HIM for being that old, with SEVERAL allegations, hanging around Megan and Jordyn like that.
— Martin Luther Greens (@Blike_Dante) August 19, 2020
Keke Palmer warned people about Trey Songz & people gaslit her & said she was overreacting. Rather acknowledging that she felt violated to the point where she hid in a closet from him..
— MEMELAND – RAFFLE NOW!!! (@memelandpttz) August 19, 2020