Scream Queens actress KeKe Palmer isn’t here for the Soulja Boy and Chris Brown beef.
After the artists decided to take their issues from social media to the streets, Palmer took to both Twitter and Instagram to call out both artists as well as fans for encouraging two black men to destroy each other. “Makes me sad when our brothers fight each other. Make me even more sad when we all encourage it,” she tweeted.
Palmer opened up about the situation more on Instagram, saying she could go “grandma on the porch real quick.” The actress said she didn’t know what to expect from fans but was upset that fans instigated the situation.
I can go "grandma on the porch" real quick. I don't know what I expect the world to be like or how I expect things to happen. Polarity is essential to life, I guess I'm generally the idealist. Which side do you fall on? We all get angry but what good does it do to encourage things to the point of VIOLENCE. What happens when it's instigated to the point of real bodily harm? Instagram is also the MVP for the comment removal function, I wish more used it. ?
“People will get angry but what good does it do to encourage them to feed into it to the point of VIOLENCE,” wrote Palmer. “What happens when it’s instigated to the point of real bodily harm? Instagram is also the MVP for the comment removal function, I wish more used it.”
Following Palmer’s posts, the actress received some backlash after fans reminded her that she was feuding with “Bad Girls Club” cast member, Meghan James, a few days ago. “Beef is hilarious,” wrote one Instagram user. “Wasn’t she just beefing with Meghan.”
After catching flack, Palmer turned off the comments on her Instagram post but not before posting an update. The actress said that for everyone “about to go in” on her, she didn’t care.
“It doesn’t make sense for y’all to be egging folks on to beat [each other]. That stupid and when somebody wind up hurt ain’t nobody gonna take responsibility for it,” she wrote. “Cause what I will NEVER do, is agree to black brothers beating… one another. We not slaves. That’s not entertainment, that’s cultural consciousness that I refuse. GOD BLESS.”