🙄”Daddy Drama! 🍼 Keke Palmer’s Beau Plays Fashion Police, Faces the Music!” 🎶
TL;DR;: The plot thickens as Darius Jackson, the father of Keke Palmer’s child, doubles down on his not-so-subtle critique of Palmer’s risqué attire at an Usher concert. Darius is sticking to his guns, implying that Keke’s revealing outfit somehow tarnishes the family image. 🤷♀️ Whaaat?
Sit back, relax, and let’s dive into this week’s episode of “How Not to Be a Supportive Partner,” brought to you by Darius Jackson, Keke Palmer’s boyfriend, and the father of her child.😅 Darius, our antagonist, is refusing to back down after facing major backlash for criticizing Keke’s wardrobe choice during an Usher concert. 🙅♀️💃
Here’s the 411: Keke Palmer shows up to Usher’s concert dressed in a rather revealing number. Darius, who presumably is all about that modesty, decides to go all public on his dissatisfaction with Keke’s ensemble. His reasoning? She’s a mom, hence, apparently, she should be swathed in yards of fabric.🧐
Darius doesn’t just stop at criticizing Keke, though. No, our fashion-critic-in-the-making goes a step further. He suggests that her choice of wardrobe somehow reflects poorly on their family. 🤔Hold up, let’s take a step back and process this. So, Darius is implying that Keke’s choice of attire has some bearing on their family’s reputation? Isn’t this 2023 and not the Victorian era? Just asking.
Now, we’re not ones to tell Darius how to react, or what to feel. But maybe, just maybe, voicing these thoughts in a public sphere wasn’t the best decision? He’s certainly caught the heat for his critique, but instead of retracting his statements or maybe, I don’t know, apologizing? Darius decided to double down. Bold move, Darius. 🤨
Turnt Up News doesn’t endorse or refute any person’s right to express their views. However, it’s essential to question: Is it appropriate to publicly shame your partner over a personal choice, especially when it comes to their body and what they wear? Shouldn’t we be more accepting of individual expression? 🧐
And now, we throw this back at you, dear readers: What’s your take on this scenario? Do you believe Darius has a point, or is he just adding fuel to the age-old debate of body autonomy and the right to wear whatever the heck you want?👇