Kesha was sure to not let a critic, who wrote some pointed words to the singer's Instagram account, get away with their shaming easy. The singer took to her social media account and reminded the shamer that her body is nobody's business but her own.
Kesha slams body shamers: "Kiss my magical imperfect a--": https://t.co/zoHu759NN2???? pic.twitter.com/rhLlMaPZqsPeople shares that late Friday, Kesha took to Instagram to respond to a critic who called the star an inappropriate and foul name and did so across a picture of the singer bent over. The publication shares Kesha's response to the comment.
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" 'I see that you would very much like me to know that you think I'm ugly and also a "w----," ' the 'We Are Who We Are' singer wrote to the user, whose account is private. 'Well, I understand that is your opinion but I disagree. I'm not perfect but I'm pretty f------ magical,' Kesha continued. 'And also, I am not, in fact a w----.' "
The singer has in recent years battled eating disorders and Kesha was checked in for treatment of Anorexia and Bulimia back in 2014. She, therefore, reminded the critic that bullying can have serious impacts on those suffering and battling eating disorders.
"Bullying someone who has struggled publicly with body issues is pretty mean. Thank god I'm in a place in my life where I feel empowered to address your nasty comments instead of letting them destroy me. So. On behalf of anyone anywhere who struggles with body image, STOP IT. My body is not your business. In conclusion, kiss my magical imperfect a--."As the publication reminds, Kesha has responded to criticism over her body on a number of occasions, in recent weeks. Only 3 weeks ago Kesha took to the same social media platform to shut down her haters.
"byeeeeeeee haters and body shamers. Bye byeeeeeee. I'm hot when my a-- is big. I'm hot when it small. GET OVER IT."A couple of months ago, back in March, Kesha also took to Instagram to post a photo of herself in a blue bikini to emphasize the journey she's on to get back to being healthy since getting treatment for her eating disorders.
"Not a slave to perfection right now. Body shamers please f--- off. Ain't nobody got time for it."The singer has been open and candid about her challenges faced while overcoming her eating disorders. People notes the singer's words about the subject.
"I'm trying to embrace the skin I'm in. It's difficult sometimes. Every day I have to look in the mirror and make the choice to be kind to myself. This is who I am – I have to love that."Last month, Kesha made it known via Instagram that she is taking her life back and regaining control.
"My freedom. my happiness. my voice. my worth. I will not just f**king be quiet and hide. [T]oday I will say f**k it and live. So F*********K it. today I'm making that choice. AND IM HAPPY AS A DAMN CLAM."It has certainly not been an easy road for the blonde bombshell who has also bee involved in a sexual assault case against Dr. Luke, her famous producer. Kesha has gained support from many stars, including Lady Gaga, over the case launched against Luke, who fervently holds to his innocence.
Unfortunately for Kesha, she must wait to have her day in court as the date was pushed back over other legal matters involving her contract. Entertainment Tonight shares the details on the subject from last month.
"The 'True Colors' singer's sexual assault case in California has been put on hold until her breach of contract lawsuit in New York has been resolved... Kesha accused the producer of drugging and raping her. Dr. Luke (Lukasz Gottwalkd) has denied [allegations] as 'outright lies.' "[Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP]