This is some seriously messed up stuff!
The 23-year-old dragged the rapper in a lengthy Instagram post where she alleges that he ignored her demand to not be included in the vid.
She has also accused the 32-year-old of using "sexual intimidation" against her.
"This is preposterous," she wrote on IG. "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. Just cause you give someone food and alcohol and throw in a little sexual intimidation doesn’t mean they will buckle."
Palmer claims that she was 'secretly filmed' for Trey’s "Pick Up the Phone" music video without her permission.
We totally understand why Keke wouldn’t wanna be involved in this foul video.
This disturbing incident comes shortly after the star took to Instagram to call out Hollywood’s sexism and misogyny.
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Part 2 — FEAR has been used as a tool to control the human mind. Simply because the human mind is perishable, just as our bodies. The fear of dying is what brings upon such narcissism in the human being, the fear of the confusion that is existence. When one accepts that we are just spirit truly, experiencing life on earth, things become much easier and we become a lot harder to control. How can you control someone with the fear of the Devil if they believe in the power of God? How can you scare anyone with anything when they believe in themselves? You can't.
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Part 3.. The day I stopped looking like a little girl and started looking like a woman to the men around me, was when I got my wake up call on sexism. When I was fourteen years old I was filming the "Longshots" with Ice Cube and I was just as friendly as I'd always been to the crew and everyone else. He pulled me to the side and I was so scared! He had a few words to give me and I was ofcourse going to listen. He gave me first lesson on unconscious female power. He took the time to tell me I was growing and maturing and that not all the men were showing me affection with the same intention I had. Hmm .. I thought to myself. Years later I find myself in rooms with men that have nothing to say to me other than "u tryna get lit?" Men that I admire and respect but hate because they choose to only see me as a vagina and an unintelligent one at that. Men that shame me for my sex appeal(unless they're are the ones using it) and try to control me with their "power". It's hard and an even harder pill to swallow when many of them watched you grow up. It's not easy. This is not easy. Just want you to know I'm with you. And thank you Cube, for being a real person, one of the realist I've met throughout my career. Ladies we don't have to walk around in a trash bag, we can be in control of our femininity no matter who it makes uncomfortable and we can be respected if we remain aware, stand TOGETHER and demand so. We are more to the world than eye candy for the man.
Ain’t it curious timing that all this has gone down just as scores of people stood up for equal rights with the Women’s March on Washington?
Seriously though, is this 1917 or 2017?
SMDH into eternity.
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