In a recent interview with EURweb, Keri reveals that she’s been approached by thirsty celebs pursuing her as a love interest simply for a photo op and or tabloid publicity. And she said she’s not having any of that because she’s looking for love, not a marketing scheme.
“I put a lot in that category – rappers, sports players, ball players and things like that. I would never say ‘never,’ but I want something real. I want real love. I don’t want this red carpet Hollywood love. I feel like they’re easily penetrated, and that’s something that I don’t want. I don’t want publicity. I want love.
“I ain’t no dummy. I know that it can work, and I know there is true love in those situations. But the way that some of them have approached me makes me feel like I would just be a publicity stunt, I guess. It’s like a ‘look’ for us to be together as opposed to ‘Oh, let’s get to know each other and see if it works.’ They just kind of want to move fast and want the world to know and be talked about. And that’s not something that’s appealing to me.”
Back in 2010, she told Chelsea Handler that she wouldn’t date a rapper but it looks as though her list of ‘no no’s’ has grown since then:
“When you mix a man who has popularity, who has money, who has b*tches, that’s a scary thing for me. It doesn’t speak to my insecurities. It’s just not the type of man that I want and I think I’m not the type of girl they want. I have a brain. I’m a little more than they bargained for.”