It's a rhetorical question, no need to reply.
Little Miz "garbage chic" Ke$ha is starting to wonder why despite having #1 records and a strong background in songwriting, everyone is still criticizing her music.
In a recent interview, she proclaimed herself "responsible" and "hardworking," which we think she's confusing as synonyms for "repulsive" and "horrendous."
Ke$ha hopes to one day shed the "party girl" image so that people see her for what she really is:
a homeless man an artist. A good start might be purchasing clean clothes and tossing the dumpster dive finds, along with that $toopid "$."
"People say 'party girl' and instantly you think: DUI, drug problem, (privates) out, no underwear, going to nightclubs every night. Problem. I'm none of the above."
Um, you sure about that? Because most non-alcoholics we know don't drunk-vom in stranger's closets …and then write a song about it.
Still, though no one is giving her the respect she thinks she deserves today, she has high hopes for the future. She explains:
"People will start to respect me as a writer. Look at the charts, honey. … As annoying as you think I am, I'm not going anywhere, so you might as well get used to it."
Fine, sugar ass-dumpling. How about you write the songs, but stay out of our line of vision? Every time we see you, we feel our eyes contracting herpes. It's really uncomfortable.
Love the music though!
[Image via WENN.]