Age isn't an issue for Ke$ha
Pop phenomenon Ke$ha has revealed that she doesn't believe experience is something that comes with age.
The 'Tik Tok' singer, who is the first female artist to score the most downloads ever in the first week of her debut single's release (610,000 to be exact), has spoken out to today's Sunday Times Magazine (January 16) about her lack of censorship.
She shared an early memory of asking her mother for a toy at the age of five and being told, "If you want that, you have to take it, because I can't buy it for you."
Her December gig at the Shepherd's Bush Empire was also a little shocking to some of the audience members as 'Ke$ha' branded condoms were shot out of donkey piñatas towards children as young as 5:
"There was a little boy who was five, but his mum brought him to my show. I'm not a babysitter."
"My mum left me at home when I was 14 with a credit card and a box of condoms and the keys to the car and said, "Don't get pregnant and don't drink and drive"."
"My little brother comes to my shows. He gets onstage wearing a fake mullet and throws condoms at people. He's 11."
Watch Kesha talk to Ryan Seacrest on KISS FM below:
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