Kesha Is A Survivor, Out Of Rehab And Set To Rock

kesha Main coverTwo month after being treated for anorexia and bulimia, Kesha is back with a bang and ready to start all over again. Now that she’s out, she has changed her twitter name from the “$” which denotes money, glamour, glitter to a regular old “s” to reflect her new point of view.

Fans first noticed the change when Kesha announced her return via twitter. Kesha wrote, “Happy to be back. Feeling healthy and working on tons of new music. I can’t thank my fans enough for all the love and support you have given me,” under the new account name Kesha Rose.

Kesha cancelled weeks of tour dates when she checked into Illinois based treatment center Timberline Knolls, outside of Chicago, the same facility where pop star Demi Lovato sought help in the year 2010.

Before leaving for the rehab, Kesha took on to twitter and wrote, “I am a crusader for being yourself and loving yourself, but I have found it hard to practice. I will be unavailable for the next thirty days; seeking treatment for my eating disorder and learning to love myself again.”

Kesha later extended her stay, vowing to get her health back on track. Kesha’s mother, Pebe Sebert, is a Tennessee born songwriter who frequently collaborates with her daughter, claimed that her daughter had almost died before making the decision to seek help.

According to media reports, Kesha told friends that her music producer, Lukasz Sebastian Gottwald, better known as Doctor Luke, had repeatedly called her a fat refrigerator, which caused her the eating disorder. However, Doctor Luke has vehemently denied that his weight bullying caused Kesha’s eating disorders.

Kesha’s last featured release, Timber, a track recorded with Pitbull, took the number one position in the UK Official singles chart. After being on the top for nine weeks, it currently sits on position number twelve.

Here’s wishing Kesha Rose Sebert, known professionally as Kesha, a great musical career ahead.

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