Kesha Performs “You Don’t Own Me” At Firefly Festival

Kesha had a powerful message for concert-goers attending the Firefly Festival on Saturday.

The pop star is still embroiled in what seems like a never-ending legal battle with Dr. Luke. The latest developments in that saga? There were rumors Sony finally dropped Dr. Luke, but that's not true. Instead, they chose not to renew his contract as an executive at the company. It's a mess, but it's not crippling Kesha the way it had.

In the middle of her performance covering Lesley Gore’s 1963 hit “You Don’t Own Me” at the Firefly Festival, the pop star affirmed her independence.

Via PopCrush, Kesha said: “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!”

If there's anything Kesha's learned throughout the ordeal, it's that.

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She also sang the hits which you may watch below:







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