Keke Palmer as a mom has got it going on!
The “Hustlers” star showed off one of her hilarious personalities on Monday, March 29. She starred as a thirsty mom in a hilarious TikTok video that hit close to home for anyone that lived through the 2000s. Dressed in a curve-hugging pair of velvet jeans and a matching top, Palmer proceeded to do several thirsty mom things in slow motion set the classic song, “Stacy’s Mom” by the Fountains of Wayne. We’re sure that the actress’s video has all the neighborhood kids asking, ‘Keke, do you love me?’
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Keke did what all thirsty moms do in heels… pour refreshments by the pool! However, she may be one of the only people to clean a pool while making that sensual face. “And guess what? My lawn’s not the only thing that needs attention……????,” Palmer joked in the caption of her post.
Mama Keke certainly got the neighbors’ attention, but she also earned praise and love from her fans and some of her celebrity friends. JWoww quickly left crying laughing face ??????? emojis, and Lolo Jones commented, “Lol also the camera man needs a raise. Hit all them angles.”
Speaking of moms, Keke has a really great one! Sharon Palmer participated in another one of her daughter’s funny skits last week. Keke’s mom walked into the room and instantly knew what was wrong without Keke saying a word. “No matter how old I get, my mom can always tell when something is wrong ?,” she captioned the sweet video.
Keke’s mom appeared on “Today” earlier this month and revealed why she pushed her daughter into showbiz. “I did it so she could go to college,” Sharon tearfully told Sheinelle Jones on “Today”. “I never expected any of this. I didn’t do it for money or fame. It was college. I wanted her to go to college. I wanted my kids to go to college. And I wanted them to have a better life.”
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Apparently, a little support from mom was all Keke needed, and she was off. After numerous acting roles, commercials, and voice acting work, she inked an overall tv deal with eOne, Variety reported on March 2.
“I am thrilled to be partnering with eOne to create entertaining, meaningful, fun television experiences that will deeply connect with audiences and be reflective of our current world,” Palmer said at the time. “eOne’s commitment to allowing talent to bring their unique lens and lead the storytelling process made them an ideal partner for me.”