Rachel Jeantel, a friend of the TJMS, was the show’s first guest.
“People tried to invalidate her message because of who she was was, not only the culture but her generation. The words she used and the way she put her sentences together they tried to invalidate what she said. That hurt me because maybe not on the level she experienced, but definitely in my career I’ve experienced people invalidating the things I have to say because I’m a kid or because the way I say it is different.”
Just Keke airs at 5 p.m. on weekdays on BET.
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KeKe Palmer’s BET Talk Show ‘Just Keke’ Is A Voice For Young People was originally published on blackamericaweb.com