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Kesha Says She Is Not A Victim Of Fear: “I Try To Make It My Bi**h”

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Well-known musician Kesha, who recently announced that she would start a new podcast about supernatural experiences, opened up about her emotional & mental development and the struggle with the sense of fear.

The ‘Right Round’ artist posted a photo of herself that sees her wearing all red outfits accompanying a specially designed, huge head accessory. Alongside the photo, taken by Vittorio Masecchia, Kesha added a lengthy caption; in her message, she expressed that she was honored to perform her song ‘Shadow’ at the “TED Talks: Women,” and speak up about her own experiences related to “fear.” 

On November 12, the performance of Grammy-nominated singer at Ted Talks was released; during performing ‘Shadow,’ which is all about courageously choosing positivity, she said:

“I can’t tell you how to not be afraid, but I can tell you that I’ve experienced how to not be defined by my fears.”

In similar to the speech at the conference, the singer wrote on Instagram that she knew nothing about being fearless, but now, she tries to differentiate between “a post-trauma response” and “deep trust” in herself. She added:

Fear can change you, I try to make it my bi**h rather than being a victim to it. Ramble thoughts… what do y’all think?”

Regarding her appearance at the conference, Kesha continued in the caption: She wrote that it is the most beautiful thing that women supporting and lifting each other up. And witnessing that, got her thinking that fear could be a healthy push for change and growth emotionally and mentally

See below to view Kesha’s Instagram post.

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