Ke$ha's 'Die Young' removed from U.S. radio playlists
Pop superstar Ke$ha has enjoyed great popularity with the release of her latest single 'Die Young', but the track has now been pulled from some American radio stations as a mark of respect following the recent tragedy that took place in Connecticut.
On Friday, December 14 a gunman named Adam Lanza shot down and killed 6 adults and 20 children at Newtown's Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Her hit single has now been deemed inappropriate in light of these devastating events so it has been removed from certain stations.
Ke$ha took to her official Twitter page earlier today and during the weekend to send her love to those affected and to share a link to a video made by One Republic, through which people can donate money to help the community.
"My heart goes out deeply to the people of Newtown, Connecticut. Its beyond words what has happened. Help families affected by the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary by donating here http://www.indiegogo.com/OneRepublicForSandyHook."
Watch One Republic's heartfelt video, which was tweeted by Ke$ha, below:
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