Keke Palmer, Hollywood actress and singer, has settled the decades-long debate over who the finest of the five Wayans brothers is.
The mompreneur took to social media and posted a photo of her and the youngest of the Wayans brothers, Marlon Wayans with the caption, “Maturity is knowing Marlon Wayans is and was always the finest Wayans. Love em’ all tho!”
Her comments blazed with more debate, with some agreeing with her choice and most others mentioning Damon and Shawn.
Palmer recently made headlines after “Insecure” actor Sarunas Jackson obtained a restraining order against her and her mother, Sharon Palmer. According to Complex, the 33-year-old sued the two after the actress accused Jackson’s younger brother Darius Jackson of domestic abuse, filed a restraining order against him in November, and requested custody of their 11-month-old son Leodis.
In the court documents, Sarunas Jackson wrote, “She has gone to the media and has used her celebrity to publicly lie on my family and myself, which has resulted in death threats by the public. She has harassed and stalked my friends and family [sic] social media. She has reached out to people in relation to me to lie on my family,” seemingly referring to Palmer’s accusations against Darius.
He reinforced his claim that he has suffered “damage” to his career as a result of complaints made against him. He said that he refuses to “speak with her” and does not want the star to discuss his family, either publicly or privately.
At the end of the document, Sarunas Jackson maintained that Palmer had repeatedly misled and had “lured” those in his inner circle into her “web of lies.”
On the other hand, Sarunas Jackson claims to have audio evidence of Palmer’s mother making threats against his family, including ones involving shootings and rape.
He said, “She has publicly lied on me and my family, so we are now receiving death threats. She threatened to put a bullet in my brother’s head.”
However, Sarunas Jackson’s request against Palmer was denied. As reported by Page Six, the court determined that an order for a temporary restraining order would not be issued before a hearing that had been scheduled for February 7.