rose sebert

  • What she says: I'm fine
  • What she means: it boggles my mind how people aren't addressing the fact that Kesha was raped and abused by her producer for 10 years because society has labeled her as a drunk party girl based on the songs she created. why don't people take the time to learn that she is a near-genius with an IQ of 140 and judging her for the image she created is ignorant as fuck?? Kesha has spoken out about important issues like women's rights and support for LGBTQ. regardless, even if she was just a drunk party girl she still doesn't deserve to be treated like shit?? she's a human being and deserves respect?? when are people going to put blame where it's due and stop allowing this shit to happen?????

if you still think Ke$ha is just a shallow pop star, take two hours out of your day and go watch the first season of My Crazy Beautiful Life.

Kesha spent years working as a waitress before she finally made it to stardom. She writes or co-writes all of her songs herself, and has done so since she was a child. Kesha has a MENSA level intelligence but she uses it for her art instead of a STEM field because that is where she feels happiest.

Kesha has publicly spoken out against bullying and intolerance at every performance, and she sponsors several programs against bullying in high schools. She is also a big LGBT advocate and embraces her queer fans with open arms.

There are multiple Kesha songs (“The Harold Song”, “Wonderland”, “Last Goodbye”, and “Love Into the Light”) with a deeper message that she wanted to release as singles, but record execs refused to let her branch out and move beyond the party girl image. If you don’t want to watch her show, take twenty minutes to listen to these four songs and you’ll see that she is much more than the constructed image.

Kesha is a real, kind, and caring person who desrves our trust and love.