Keke Palmer and Tre Songz got into it this weekend over charges Songz had "sexually intimidated" the actress into making a cameo in his visuals for 'Pick Up The Phone.'
Palmer jumped on social media and explained that she had been plied with alcohol at a Trey Songz party and then coerced into being in the video.
According to Palmer, she had been hiding in the closet to avoid being filmed and she had told Songz and the video's producer she didn't want any footage of her used when she was coaxed out.
Songz said that wasn't what happened.
Palmer sat down for an interview with Larry King, and explained what she meant by "sexual intimidation."
"I mean just that. Sexual intimidation. You know, I feel like as a female, often I’m put in situations where sometimes males will use their masculinity, their sexuality, to taunt you. You know, I hate to have to bring and say that and make it known, but I mean like, I ain’t the first person that’s gone through this. People have gone through this all the time. In college, in high school, but these aren’t the things that I’ve experienced. So this was kind of like one of my first major experiences. It would be like you going to a party where the biggest jock is there, and the whole time he’s like, you know, ‘you can get screwed. You can get this, you can get that. You ain’t no little girl no more.’She also told King that she planned to press charges against Songz, even though he took down the video.
“I mean, it’s out and it’s over but I feel more so my point, it’s not just specifically about this person, this guy or what he did. It’s the overall idea that you can’t just do stuff to people and it’s all right. No matter who you are," she said.Do you think she's going to have a case?