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Kesha Vows To Always Fight For Equality In Heartfelt Pride Month Post

Kesha Vows To Always Fight For Equality In Heartfelt Pride Month Post

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The singer shared her thoughts ahead of her appearance at "Can't Cancel Pride."

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Kesha had a strong message for fans in this Pride month.

The singer, who recently released her first album in three years, took to Twitter ahead of her appearance on iHeartRadio’s "Can’t Cancel Pride" celebration on Thursday.

“HAPPY MFKN PRIDE BABES!!” she wrote. “I will always fight for equality. We fight, we do not give up, we celebrate ourselves, we vote, we take the high road, we hold hope and we stand in love.”

Kesha has been open about her own fluid sexuality over the years, at one point identifying as bisexual and specifically writing that she’s “not gay” and “not straight” in a since-deleted Instagram post last Pride. (She rebooted her entire Instagram account ahead of her latest album release.)

It’s been a busy time for the “Raising Hell” singer, who is gearing up to go on tour to promote her fifth studio album, Gag Order, which came out last month. She also recently had a major victory in her seemingly endless legal battles with music producer Dr. Luke, with the New York Court of Appeals ruling Tuesday that he qualifies as a public figure, making it harder for him to prove that Kesha defamed him when accusing him of rape nearly a decade ago.

And her performance at "Can’t Cancel Pride" coincided with the release of her first music video of this era, “Only Love Can Save Us Now,” which she also performed live at the event.

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Rachel Kiley

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.