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Scream Queens’ Keke Palmer On Bisexual New Music Video: ‘My Sexuality Is Defined By Me’

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Scream Queens’ Keke Palmer, has a new video out for her single I Don’t Belong to You, and it features a bisexual twist, which sees Palmer’s on-screen persona leaving her relationship with a guy for another women (played by a Calvin-Klein underwear-clad Cassie).

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Palmer explained in a recent interview with Necole Bitchie that the song is about coming to terms with change, partially in response to having come out of a long relationship.

I don’t belong to anyone else but myself. I have to make my own decisions. Happiness is defined by me. My sexuality is defined by me. And that can change and this can change and I can make it what I want to make it because I’m the one who makes that choice”.

The former Disney star, who’s starring as Zayday in Fox’s super-campy horror series Scream Queens, further explains how the song is an extension of her.

…that’s what I Don’t Belong to You, is saying. This song feels right. It feels right and it’s telling who I am. And it captures my identity.”
Watch the video below – And we won’t blame you if you need to watch it several times to truly appreciate the artist value.

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