Kesha Makes Statement With ‘You Don’t Own Me’ Cover at Firefly Festival
Kesha performed at Firefly Festival on Saturday (June 17), treating attendees to a set jam-packed with some of her biggest hits and fan favorites, including "Blow" and "Cannibal."
However, it was her cover of Lesley Gore's 1963 smash "You Don't Own Me" that felt the biggest, perhaps due to the special meaning it has for the pop star who is currently embroiled in legal drama against her former producer, Dr. Luke.
Pausing during the middle of the song, Kesha told the crowd, "No one can ever own you, no matter what they say, no matter what they do. Because to own you means they can control your happiness, and don't ever give some other motherfucker the keys to your happiness!"
Watch the powerful moment:
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