Keke Palmer’s Boyfriend Shames Her on Twitter for Her Outfit
Keke Palmer’s boyfriend Darius Jackson recently caused controversy on Twitter when he publicly shamed the actress for the outfit she wore to an Usher concert. Palmer and Jackson, who welcomed a son together in February, appear have unfollowed each other.
Keke Palmer’s Boyfriend Publicly Shames Her on Twitter
According to Buzzfeed, Jackson took to Twitter on Wednesday night to respond to a video of Usher serenading Palmer at his concert. The actress can be seen wearing a sheer black dress over a black bodysuit.
“It’s the outfit tho.. you a mom,” Jackson wrote. The tweet sparked backlash from fellow Twitter users. As one user wrote, “Shaming yo own partner online because they wore an attractive outfit is high levels of insecurity.”
Jackson later responded to the backlash in another tweet, writing, “We live in a generation where a man of the family doesn’t want the wife & mother to his kids to showcase booty cheeks to please others & he gets told how much of a hater he is. This is my family & my representation. I have standards & morals to what I believe. I rest my case.”
“The moment men start seeing woman as mother figures they forget that they have any duality outside of that and thing they can’t be multifaceted,” wrote another user in response to Jackson’s second tweet. “Keke Palmer better drop his hating ass.”
The Couple Has Unfollowed Each Other
Following the controversy over Jackson’s comments, fans noticed that he and Palmer had apparently unfollowed each other on Instagram. Since then, Jackson has deleted both his Twitter and Instagram accounts entirely.
While Palmer hasn’t directly responded to Jackson’s comments, she did post a series of photos showing off her outfit on Instagram, writing, “I wish I had taken more pictures but we were running late!” She went on to gush about Usher’s performance.
Fans interpreted the timing of the post as a way of throwing shade at Jackson. User @cocomakesuloco commented with a reference to a popular meme featuring Palmer, writing, “Sorry to that man!”