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Ke$ha had us, but now, we’re lost. 

LIST: Ke$ha & Other Artists Who Plummeted Off The Music Charts

The Warrior singer made headlines this week when her lead single “Die Young” plummeted on the music charts after Friday’s horrific Sandy Hook Massacre. 

After losing 19 million spins on the radio, Ke$ha finally spoke out in support of her ban on Twitter. Completely understanding why her hit single has been pulled from radio play, Ke$ha tweeted: 

There’s nothing unordinary about Ke$ha’s response, in fact, the “Tick Tock” singer actually teamed up with One Republic to help raise money for families of Sandy Hook Elementary victims.

All things were well until the “We R Who We R” singer claimed she was “forced” to sing the lyrics to “Die Young.”

DETAILS: Ke$ha’s “Die Young” Dies Fast On The Charts Since Sandy Hook Massacre  

Ke$ha tweeted about her own reservations with “Die Young,” stating:

“I had my very own issue with “die young” for this reason. I did NOT want to sing those lyrics and I was FORCED TO. I’m so so so sorry for anyone who has been effected by this tragedy.and I understand why my song is now inappropriate. words cannot express.”

Ke$ha has since deleted those tweets, because clearly no one believes she was FORCED to sing the lyrics to a pretty dope party song.

Ke$ha isn’t the first, nor will she be the last artist to make a song about dying young, living wild, and being free. 

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