Keke palmer who is she dating

"It's not about walking around trying to be perfect or going by a rule book."On the contrary, Keke believes that God allows us to make bad decisions for a reason."That's how unbelievable the level of God's love is for us," she told CP.

"It's that he's willing to allow us to go our whole life in darkness because in the end we turn back to Him anyway."The entertainer opened up about overcoming challenges in her own walk with Christ that include "..people trying to change you, you falling from grace.situation when you're taken out of your character or you're taken away from being a loving person."For Keke, those struggles are very real when she logs onto Twitter to witness some of her peers criticizing her while watching "Just Keke" on BET each weekday.

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She had a crush on him 2 years before her mom finally said the oldest she could date was 21.Since she received her mom’s blessing, the rest was history.And this character spoke to me because she was funny, she was likeable…Even if I didn’t play the character, you would immediately love her because she’s just lovable.Opening up about her Guatemalan beau and dating outside of her race, Palmer said, “I’ve thought about it.

It always seemed so difficult to me because I want to be understood culturally.

It’s almost like [Draya] on Even though this is her first sexy role, Palmer says she isn’t worried about being typecast because she holds strong morals instilled in her by her family.

She also says that she wouldn’t take a role that compromises those morals or might make her feel ashamed looking back at the role years from now.

Now, the actress and singer with over one million Twitter followers is giving fans a glimpse of her own personality with a talk show that tackles important issues to today's Millennials from social awareness, to fashion and relationships.

While Keke grew up in a Christian household near Chicago where she sang in a church choir, she formed her own relationship with God outside of her parents by the time she was 16.

While Keke says some of her peers are not happy when she takes to Twitter to respond to their opinions, she does not plan to stop doing so any time soon."I feel like people don't realize that as a person who has 'popularity' there are a lot of things that are always said and put out about you.