Kesha: Lágrimas en la ceremonia de premiación LGBT

Kesha: Tears at the LGBT Awards Ceremony

Kesha: Tears at the LGBT Awards Ceremony

Speech in motion

When singer Kesha received the Visibility Award on Saturday night in Nashville for her commitment to the LGBT community, it was clear to her that fighting for human rights is a very special matter for her. During her acceptance speech, the singer suddenly started crying.


Breathing heavily and with tears in her eyes, Kesha stood at the lectern at the Nashville Equality Dinner on Saturday night and in a moving speech encouraged her fans to stand up for equal human rights for all: “It’s about equality everywhere. Regardless of whether you are a man, a woman, a transsexual, gay, bisexual, heterosexual or whatever: you must have the same rights and opportunities as anyone else, ”the 29-year-old explained. “Do not be afraid to speak out against the injustice that happens to you,” he continued exclaiming. “Don’t be scared or ashamed of people who want you to change the things about yourself that make you unique. Because these are the characteristics that make your life magical and special. “

“It was very special for me to be honored tonight for something that is so close to my heart,” the singer wrote yesterday on Instagram. “I will fight for human rights until the day I die. Love always wins “

Kesha thank you for the support of the fans.

Also about her personal situation, the legal dispute with her record label Sony and her producer Dr. Luke, allegedly sexually abused her, came to speak with the singer and took the opportunity to thank all the fans who supported her during the last months. “Right now I am struggling with some personal things that are very intense and difficult. I would like to thank you for all the support I have received. That has always been my message: we must love and support each other. “

We think it’s great when stars use their fame to advocate for good causes, like Kesha does for equal rights in the LGBT community.

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