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KEKE PALMER:OBAMA’S WIN IS SPECIAL TO ME

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[Malia,Keke,Sasha, and First Lady Michelle at Kids' Inaugural ball on January 19th]

For teen star Keke Palmer,15, President Barack Obama’s win was one of pride being that she and her family are from Chicago.¬†Palmer said she moved from Chicago to Los Angeles when she was about the same age as Malia is now so she can understand what the Obama daughters may be feeling.

“… I know what Sasha and Malia are experiencing in terms of leaving Chicago at an early age, having to attend a brand new school, a new house, just new everything,” Palmer said. “It’s not easy, but as long as you have great parents, which we all three have, then it turns out OK.”

 

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Picture Source:Lawrence Palmer, Blackcelebkids.com

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  1. @ MLF I am glad to know that other people think like me in terms of better role models for our young black girls. We are gonna have to do it, if we wait on Hollyweired it may never happen.

  2. Ive loved Keke since she did that movie with William H. Macy. I try to catch her show on Nick just to show my support because Black character centered shows in Nick usually dont last. Shes a great actress and a wonderful rolemodel.

  3. I agree with MLF I wish Keke got more publicity. Our young black girls need young black girls they can look up to instead of the likes of Miley Cyrus (who has a 20 yr old boy friend) and Lindsay Lohan (who doesnt know what she want to do or be) Lets support her and her new show True Jackson.

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