Kesha is still currently fighting to get out of Dr. Luke and Sony recording contract, but the pop star must continue forward (she’s got almost two dozen songs already). But she shares some of the hardships she dealt with including a starving herself she tells New York Times Magazine in a new interview.“I was under immense pressure to starve myself. And I tried to and almost killed myself in the process.”
And no Kesha is not free just yet even though she has been performing. “They were like, ‘Oh, my gosh, you’re free,’ and I was like, ‘No, sweetheart, I love you, but no, I am not, and I don’t know where you got that information,’ ” Kesha said.
Kesha has a long way to go, how do you think this will play out?
thank you to the New York Times for shedding light on my life and legal situation. there’s nothing harder than dreaming and working and fighting for something your whole entire life, since you were 3 years old, since you could speak. and you FINALLY achieve it. and then have someone else take it away from you. my heart has a giant hole in it and is literally aching and throbbing from sadness and loss. imagine someone owning your voice… and not letting you sing. singing is how I have dealt with everything in my life. and my right has been taken away.
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