Keke Palmer isn’t interested in playing the comparison game or pretending to be a victim of colorism. she wants to respond to all the talk about her career juxtaposed to Zendaya’s.

“Nope” star deserves the same level of admiration as “Euphoria” star, says several fans.

KP writes an excellent example of colorism is believing you can compare me to anyone else. My talk show is one of the youngest ever. I was the first Black Cinderella on Broadway. I am an incomparable talent. My name is Keke Palmer.”

She added, “I’ve been a leading lady since I was 11. I have over 100 credits and am currently starring in the number one film at the box office. I’ve been blessed in my career, and I could not ask for more, but God continues to surprise me.”

The actress was compared to Zendaya by social media fans after she appeared in Jordan Peele’s new film, “Nope.” It has brought up the issue of colorism in Hollywood after the actress stole the show in the new horror film opposite Daniel Kaluuya. While some argued this is her breakout moment in the mainstream, real Keke Palmer fans know that she’s been a household name for years, and her outstanding job in the new film is no surprise. She’s been THAT GIRL!