KE$HA has apologized for the “inappropriate” lyrics in her song, “Die Young”—especially in the wake of the recent kindergarten shooting in Connecticut—and admitted that she was “forced to” sing it.
Since Hollywood news reported the heartbreaking shooting of 20 young children in a Newtown, Connecticut school last week, Ke$ha‘s new single, “Die Young”—for which she released a controversial, cult-ish music video—had a significant drop in radio air plays… for obvious sensitivity reasons.
But the bizarre pop star herself has no hard feelings at all. In fact, she admits that probably no one would’ve even heard it and it most certainly wouldn’t have made it on her album if she could’ve helped it.
Ke$ha wrote on her Twitter today:
“I’m so so so sorry for anyone who has been effected [sic] by this tragedy.and I understand why my song is now inappropriate. words cannot express.”
Then she followed it up with another tweet, which said:
“i understand. I had my very own issue with “die young” for this reason. I did NOT want to sing those lyrics and I was FORCED TO.”
She later deleted the tweet, presumably because she was putting her label and songwriters in a bad light despite being credited as one of the particular track’s 6 songwriters.
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