Archive for 'Keke Palmer'

[New Music] KeKe Palmer F.Y.G.

New music from KeKe Palmer produced by Tasha Catour. It’s a whole bop tho. I’m digging this vibe from Ms. KeKe. Her and Tasha are not playing with these records they be coming up with. Check it out here.

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Cardi B and Jennifer Lopez are working together

Musician Cardi B has officially started filming a stripper movie with Jennifer “JLO” Lopez , singer, actor, and “World of Dance” judge.

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Keke Palmer claims to be a “millennial diva” and she celebrates her 25th birthday in that manner. She took to social media for the occasion.
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One thing  about Keke is she “LOVES” the kids and the kids LOVE Them some “KeKe Palmer.” On Friday December 15th, multifaceted entertainer, Keke Palmer partnered with Radio One, Hot 107.9 in Atlanta this holiday season to support “Saving Our Daughters” 13th Annual Bratz Doll Drive.

The week before Christmas over 70 1st and 2nd grade girls received their favorite Bratz Doll, from Keke and HOT 107.9 Radio Personality, Dominque Danielle at the Barack H. Obama Elementary Magnet School of Technology. The Doll Drive is held every holiday season, the charity event is in memory of “Saving Our Daughters” founders Debbie and Curtis Benjamin’s daughter who passed away from a cancerous brain tumor. Bratz Dolls was her favorite toy and Keke Palmer was her favorite celebrity.

All the girls enjoyed dancing and positive affirmations as well as receiving positive children books before their Christmas Holiday.

The Annual Bratz Doll giveaway was also supported by FOX’s EMPIRE Director and Producer Sanaa Hamri, the cast of FOX’s EMPIRE and longtime board trustee, Roger Bobb of Bobbcat Films.

Keke Palmer hosts the “Wet Her” contest at Club Opera !

My girl the beautiful Keke Palmer hosted the “Wet Her” contest this past weekend for Pride weekend executed by Dj M and Traxx Girls! These ladies know how to throw the party ! Check out this pics !

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(ATLANTA, GA) – September 5, 2017 – Atlanta Black Gay Pride, the country’s leading LGBTQ annual pride marked it’s 21st year celebration with a roaring line-up occurring during the Labor Day holiday weekend including, Cardi B, Sevyn Streeter, Lil Kim, Keke Palmer, Todrick Hall, Lil Mo, Karlie Redd, Trina Braxton, Melissa “DJ M” Scott, Dondria Nicole, Amiyah Scott, Tamar Braxton, Dream Doll, Brandon Karson, Gary Lavard, Tiffany Fox and more. A portion of proceeds from the weekend’s festivities will be used to benefit homeless LGBT youth and those infected/affected with HIV/AIDS via The Vision Community Foundation. The 2017 Atlanta Black Gay Pride took on a special meaning this year as many patrons mourn the recent unfortunate loss of Atlanta’s own transgender woman, Miss Troy “Tee Tee” Dangerfield.
 

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