Keke agrees that social media makes it very hard for people to remain authentic, and thinks that the Kardashians are the perfect examples of those who choose to give in to the pressure of being perfect. "In the sense of the Kardashians, it's like I'm going to show you so much perfect and be everything a woman should be or everything a man would like or love. And I'm going to be exactly that so you can't bully me anymore," she says in an interview with Yahoo! Beauty.
"Specifically in the situation with Kylie, where you've had a young girl people have seen on television since she was a kid and they literally told her she was so ugly, the ugly person in the family," she goes on saying. "She went and did apparently everything the world deems as beautiful. The even crazier part is that everybody loves her for it."
Keke seemingly takes a jab at the "Life of Kylie" star, who previously admitted to getting lip injections, by saying how being someone the society wants to see can actually make you rich. "What I find interesting is that this is something that is being displayed to my generation - showing young girls, young guys that if you do everything that society wants you to be, not only will you be praised for it but you will make money for it," she explains, before adding, "You can be profitable for not being who you truly are."