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Monday, December 5, 2016 10:38am ET by  

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Kesha: 'I want to promote equality until the day I die'

Kesha says she will fight for equality until for the rest of her life after coming across numerous LGBT homeless youths in the past number of months.

The singer said she met up with the young people during the recent US presidential campaign, and she feels that it is her duty to support equality. She told Billboard:

"During this election, I met a lot of LGBT homeless youth and was incredibly inspired by them. I want to promote equality until the day I die."

Speaking meanwhile about collaborating with other artists and writers, Kesha said: "I’ve been writing a lot with Wrabel, who also is an artist. We have so much fun together. I’d love to collaborate with Mick Jagger, David Byrne, Bob Dylan and Neil Young. A girl can dream!"

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