Keke Palmer, who has been working in the entertainment industry since she was a teenager, gets candid about her future in Hollywood.
The 30-year-old actress, singer and TV host recently said Teen Vogue that she plans to retire at some point, probably sooner rather than later.
“I don’t know. I think the clock has started,” Palmer said with a laugh. “I think it’s because I haven’t felt it yet. But the clock, I know it’s coming. I don’t know when exactly, but it’s around the corner.
As for the legacy she would leave behind, the Emmy-winning actress explained that it was important to her to create a path to help her son, Leo, and other creators.
“The main thing I want this legacy to be is [a call] using your power for good, using what you have to create spaces and systems for others to thrive,” Palmer said. “I just don’t believe in keeping everything. I don’t believe in access control. I’m not a coward. What would that do? I think it’s fear based. If I talk about it from a compassionate perspective, I think the people who control access are afraid. So I’m not afraid.
THE No The star added that she wanted to raise Leo to be fearless and confident in his abilities to go out and learn.
“Part of the learning in this place, I think, is to love and to know how to love unconditionally towards yourself first, so that you know how to love others and be of service to others in a way that doesn’t It doesn’t disadvantage them. But on the contrary, it empowers them,” Palmer explained. “That’s what I hope the legacy will be for me. And for anyone who wants to follow me, I hope it This is also what they will see.
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