Every time I write about Ke$ha, I mention that I love her for her feminist lyrics. Since I don’t care about consistency, I thought I’d go ahead and mention that again. You’re so welcome.
“I would’ve gotten eaten alive if I tried to be a heel-wearing little princess. It’s just not who I am. I’ve had people try to make me act right, but it’s just not gonna happen. I just can’t not say inappropriate things.”
While in high school, the controversial singer spent her summers studying comparative religion in a gifted teen program at Columbia University.
Ke$ha explains to Vibe what she hopes to accomplish with her new album:
“The first record was a celebration of partying and being young, but this record’s a better look at my personality. Whatever, I drink like a champion. But I can also do other stuff,. I have a sense of humor about my lyrics. I’m not a train wreck, I’m just having fun.”
She felt criticized and she went soul-searching across the world in September 2011.
“The first record, people tore me a new asshole, and were f*cking steady on my balls, and tried to make me feel like I was such a piece of shi!. I did some soul-searching, and realized nothing I’m doing is negative, it’s actually super positive. You can change peoples’ mood in a three-and-a-
Go ‘head now.