Keke Palmer took to Twitter and Instagram over the weekend to blast Trey Songz after the singer-songwriter featured her in his “Pick Up The Phone”
video without permission. The video has since been pulled from the Internet.
After a fan alerted the actress to the video via Twitter, Palmer quickly responded, condemning Trey Songz for releasing the visuals despite continually expressing her reluctance to be involved.
“This was not approved. You can not use someone’s ‘likeness’ without their approval. Casing point of female disrespect in the industry,” she tweeted before continuing in a string of subsequent posts. “I didn’t even know they were filming. Meanwhile I said I did not want to be in the video. I said it more than once and kept being pressured. I remember this day very well because I so badly didn’t want to be in the video that I HID IN THE CLOSET to avoid conflict. I literally said no. I can’t believe they still put me in it. I said no!”
Palmer later took to Instagram to continue her tirade, accusing Trey Songz of goading her into being filmed with “food, alcohol” and “sexual intimidation.”
She also shared two videos detailing her story of what she thought was just a party in Miami.
After catching wind of Palmer’s comments, Trey Songz took to Twitter and Instagram to share his thoughts on the matter.
“Babygirl buggin. Point blank period. Got my number, coulda called, saw the cameras and the lights, heard action,” he tweeted before continuing in a subsequent post. “I don’t do this twitter shit, girl you know me and got my number fuck outta here”
Trey Songz later fired off a few subliminal shots in a post via Instagram.