The WILD ONE
Acclaimed Singer & Songwriter
Spokesperson for the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV)
Michael Ford - Husband
Six children -Bean, Poopy, Kayla Baby,
Mimmi, Baboy and Wyatt
"God helps you help others..."
At the height of KeKe’s career, her private struggle with domestic violence became the main focus in the media, rather than her newly-released album. Today, her affiliation with NCADV is one that is very important to her. “I am proud of my affiliation with NCADV and I am happy to be able to lend my voice to their mission. I often perform songs about domestic violence and for me it is a stress reliever. I want ladies and girls to know they are not the only ones going through what they are going through. You're human just like others in the situation. It's a horrible feeling when you're stuck in that. And even when you get away you live in fear not knowing when something might happen. Me being active in domestic violence groups is part of it. I think that's why people go through things, so you can help someone else. God helps you help others get out of the situation."
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