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Kesha has been through a lot the past few years. She has battled the outer demon of Dr. Luke, and now she is battling her inner demons.


After years of legal battles, Kesha finally got back to creating music in 2017 with her album Rainbow.

The album was her first public step toward healing after suffering abuse by her abuser, Dr. Luke.

After its August 2017 release, Kesha stated:

"This whole album, for me, really is a healing album. It's healing from so many things from my past and just trying to get back to the most childlike, naive, purest version of myself that I can find — the most free-spirited, un-jaded version of myself."

Now at the beginning of 2019, Kesha is continuing her pursuit of healing.

Now, she is tackling the concept of self love.

In a Twitter post from Tuesday, Kesha proclaimed,

"this year my resolution is to love myself... just as I am, all fucked up and imperfect and whatever else. And to let my freckles liiiiiiiive 🛸🛸💃🏼💃🏼💅🏻💅🏻💅🏻"

She also shared a close up selfie that unabashedly shows off her many freckles.

The love she is showing for herself is inspiring people everywhere.





People also find the singer even more beautiful after she spread a message of positivity.





I can't wait to see more photos of Kesha rocking her gorgeous freckles 😍.

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