Kesha Opens Up About Eating Disorder In Emotional Interview

This Is Her Version Of The Story

Kesha opens up to the audience and honestly recounts her eating disorder and her ongoing legal battle with Dr. Luke in an interview that became very emotional. This is her version of the story

The 31 years old singer Kesha is faithful to the thought of “to be happy, you must take care of yourself.” In an interview with The Record, the singer opened her mind to Anthony Mason to request treatment for an eating disorder in January 2014, “I just hated myself so much. I was so sad I was projecting a person who promotes self-love. And I was not doing any of that by myself,” she confessed about her decision to join Timberline Knolls. A clinic on the outskirts of Chicago, and when asked if she had to persuade her to enter the clinic, she said: “I was the one who said: Ok, I have to do it. “

by Interview

The human side

Kesha started with two months in treatment, where she could fight to be happy again. “I was in such a dark hole! Shee added “And the song ‘Rainbow,’ I wrote it as a letter to myself, to say, you can give it back to me. “

Touching these issues, he could not emphasize or comment on his legal battle with Dr. Luke, if she said that “There is a lot that someone can bear.” Throughout this episode, the singer was surprised by the stars that were supporting her, between Tay Tay and Adele, after a judge refused to release her from her contract in 2016.

“No. No. Not at all, like Adele, I never knew that in a million years she knew who I was, I just felt that at least people understood that I was, like, trapped.”

” I just felt that at least people understood that I was, like, stuck,” she explained.” I appreciate it. I do … But I would prefer that people use my art than I do. Because I am so imperfect and defective. Then, that makes me nervous. “

by CBS News

A Rainbow for herself

Her path to happiness becomes more extensive, but at the same time with more hope. Tthe two-time Grammy nominee is going through different experiences, among them the release in August 2017 of her first album in five years, Rainbow and her tour next. “I feel like I took my life,” Kesha said. As for her future steps, she would like to “be happy” because “I feel like she’s winning.” Yoy can do it, girl!

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