Sunday, January 17, 2021

Tia Mowry’s Hubby Cory Hardrict: KeKe Palmer is ‘Like a Sister to Me’ (Watch)

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Eric Hill Jr. (L) and Cory Hardrict with Wendy Williams

*Actor Cory Hardrict, has finally addressed rumors that were set in motion by his wife Tia Mowry  when she tweeted (then deleted) a message in which she calls out someone for liking married men.

Just when fans were wondering if she was talking about Cory’s “Brotherly Love” co-star KeKe Palmer, a photo of Mowry and Palmer having a conversation at the premiere surfaced and went viral.

During an appearance on “The Wendy Williams Show,” Hardrict set the record straight on the picture, saying he was standing near the two when they were talking about something else entirely.

“I was right there. They were talking about a book deal. Tia just got a book deal. It wasn’t none of that. We all cool,” he said. “Keke like a sister to me. I love my wife to death. I would never jeopardize that. It was funny. We all laughed. We laughed about it. I was like, ‘oh that’s crazy.’ I don’t respond to nonsense.”

Watch below, at the 4:40 mark.

“Brotherly Love” hits theaters Friday.

Below, Mowry and Hardrict celebrated their seven-year wedding anniversary on Monday.

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1 COMMENT

  1. LIke a little sister? You are either his sister or not! Did you see the way Keke is hanging on him in all of those pictures and how uncomfortable he looked? I understand he has to do damage control in the media but he really isn’t fooling anyone with that like a sister bit including TIa. Keke is a stealth female trying to get that good good from a married man. If not why would she admit in an interview that she has a crush on her costar??

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