'Bride and Prejudice': Keekee reveals Kareem's 'good guy' act is only for cameras, fans say he deserves an Emmy
Kareem Allen and Kiandria 'KeeKee' Demone's relationship looks like it's over, especially after what went down in tonight's episode of 'Bride and Prejudice: Forbidden Love.'
Right from the start, Kareem has expressed an interest in adopting Keekee's six-year-old son. Even though it's a good thought to have, both his mother, Tia, and Keekee's mother, Marveline, said he was too young and "immature" to handle something that serious. He was visibly upset about having no support from either side and even told Pastor Calvin Roberson how disappointing it all was. "I still want to get married to her and I love Keekee but to have nobody support us — I feel like that’s the worst thing to ever happen to me,” he had said.
Cut to tonight's episode, in which he goes all ballistic on Keekee after she suggested that maybe they should focus on their marriage first and then tackle the adoption situation. But Kareem wasn't ready to take no for an answer anymore. He was loud, aggressive and even spoke to Keekee in a threatening tone. He said he was done being the one whose feelings are not cared for.
Keekee tried to calm him down but he continued to raise his voice. He even said he would move out, following which she left the scene but he stayed there, making his point to the production crew.
Meanwhile, fans thought his meltdown was for show and for the cameras, and Keekee couldn't agree more. Even though there's no confirmation about whether or not the twitter handle @KiandriaB is used by Keekee, but there are a string of videos in which the reality TV star shared how the good in Kareem came out only when the cameras were on and added that he was a completely different person behind the camera.
"When you see the meltdown happen, it's surrounding my son. I refused to film a scene with my son in it. I refused to film a scene talking about adopting my child because I was not ready. I was not confident in that situation. I didn't feel like that person was not being genuine. I felt like that person was trying to look like a good guy and not really being a good guy to my child," she said in a video and added that the meltdown took place because she didn't want to film certain scenes.
Meanwhile, fans sarcastically shared how he deserved an award for that performance.
"Kareem just seems to be performing for the cameras.... she's right they should get married first before he adopts her son! WTF #BrideandPrejudice," a viewer wrote, while another shared: "Kareem should win an Emmy for that performance. #BrideandPrejudice."
"Kareem is going nuts. #BrideandPrejudice that’s done. It’s for the best. He’s arrogant," a fan tweeted. "Kee Kee and Kareem should get couples therapy before their decision to marry, or just break away. There’s too much pressure to marry because of a tv show #BrideandPrejudice," another said.
"Goes back to the fact that Kareem is young and his responses are young!! Kareem you should not be adopting the child period! You doing it for the wrong reason #BrideandPrejudice," another fan said.
Catch all the new episodes of 'Bride and Prejudice: Forbidden Love' on Lifetime every Wednesday.