Kesha says she is interested in ”energy” and wears a placenta to give her second sight.
The ‘Tik Tok‘ singer is a big believer in past lives and other worldly beings and believes keeping the organ – which helps feed nutrients to foetuses and is expelled from the body after birth – with her boosts her chances of having a spiritual experience.
She explained: “I’m into energy. I recently went to see a past-life regressionist, who is also a psychic. I wear my placenta around my neck every day, because it’s supposed to give you second sight. I feel like I’ve had many lifetimes before.”
The US star also blasted her reputation as a party girl, insisting it makes her hard-working side get overlooked and “disrespected“.
She told the Sunday Times newspaper: “So many people say, ‘So, what, are you a party girl?’ And I say, ‘I’m a walking good time.’ Do I sometimes go out and drink? Hell, yes. But could I have a number one song if I wasn’t also working hard? Maybe that needs a little more respect.
“Also, the phrase ‘party girl’ implies someone who is out at a club, maybe doing some guy in the back who you’ve just met. Then you get in your car and you flash your vagina at the paparazzi. And I’m none of the above.
“I have been working on realising this dream, my path, my mission, for years. I’ve really invested a lot of thought, time and effort into it. I think it’s a bummer when people don’t represent that properly, when they portray me as purely one-dimensional
Despite admitting she understands why people perceive her as wild, Kesha insists she is happy with her life.
She added: “But this is nothing to be embarrassed about. People like to have fun. And sure, there’s my deepest, darkest hipster side that wants, for whatever pretentious reason, to hate pop music. But I’m just trying to give people a way to think, ‘It’s cool, you can not hate my record. You know â it’s okay.”
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