Keke Palmer refuses to belittle her accomplishments.

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A tweet on July 23 said that the "public success" of Nope and Zendaya was "one of the clearest evidence of colorism in Hollywood."

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Another Twitter user termed the Jordan Peele sci-fi picture Keke's "breakout" performance, despite she's been acting since she was a youngster.

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Fans questioned whether colorism affected Keke and Zendaya's careers.

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Someone posted Keke and Zendaya's alleged net worths "Keke is a mainstream star.

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Another admirer claimed they shouldn't be compared.

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Another admirer claimed they shouldn't be compared. "I don't know why you're preoccupied with comparing people," someone tweeted. "Both worked hard to succeed. Keke deserves more, but Zendaya wasn't given anything. Comparisons diminish Keke's accomplishment and Zendaya's brilliance."

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The over 10,000-shared tweet caught Keke's eye, and she responded by discussing her acting experience and honours.

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"To compare myself to anyone is colorism," she tweeted July 24.

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First Black woman to star in her own Nickelodeon show and Broadway's youngest Cinderella.

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True Jackson, VP alumnus tweeted: "Since age 11, I've been a leading girl. I have 100+ credits and am starring in a top-grossing original script #NOPE. I've had a fortunate career, but God keeps surprising me."

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