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Ke$ha's Mom Gave Her "The Talk" At Seven Years Old!

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Whoa! That's a bit young for that, isn't?

According to Ke$ha, she knew "everything about sex" before she was seven years old as told to her mom had no qualms about laying it all out there. Supposedly, her mother's openness to discuss the subject at such a young age was to encourage her daughter to always act like an adult. But this kind of "free thinking" didn't end there. Ke$ha revealed to sources:

"I knew everything about sex before I was even seven. My mom left me at home when I was 14 with a credit card, and a box of condoms and the keys to the car and said, 'Don't get pregnant and don't drink and drive'. I had to be responsible for myself."

Geez! We'll say! Fourteen! Still such a baby!

But we guess if that youngin' wasn't raised that way, we'd have never gotten the virtuoso we've grown to love today.

[Image via WENN.]

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32 comments to “Ke$ha's Mom Gave Her "The Talk" At Seven Years Old!”



  1. 1

    Kinda sad.



  2. 2

    What a mess she looks!!
    Also, Perez, I thought you "hated" her. Seems to me you were bribed to "love" her. Bollocks to that.



  3. 3

    This is revolting. I'm not trying to be a prude or anything, and I think parents should have open and honest conversations with their children. But telling a 7 year old about sex? Giving a 14 year old a credit card and condoms? Your 14 year old is NOT an adult and you should not be treating them like one! They are still a child, and they won't grow into a responsible adult if you're giving them condoms, credit cards, and car keys when they're too young to use them.

    Makes me sick. People wonder why kids grow up too fast now. It's parenting like THAT.



  4. 4

    It's an act people! Kesha rocks.



  5. 5

    Here comes the hate comments because she is a woman and not a man.. in 5..4..3..2..1



  6. 6

    Oh gawd. That explains everything.

  7. 7tizz says – reply to this


    7

    Probably bullshit in order for her to look hip and edgy longer than the rest of us. Unless her mom is a meth addict, her story is fake.



  8. 8

    not shocking. I had it when I was 6-7, I asked where do puppies come from..they told me the same applied to humans. It's better, I think…you dont grow up believing in stupid stories and you see it in a natural way…not obscene



  9. 9

    why can we be talking about someone interesting

  10. auds says – reply to this


    10

    Re: Achilles Hartsteen – Hate to break it to ya, but it doesn't matter if this was done to a boy or girl, it's just horrible parenting at it's worst!



  11. 11

    I can't tell anymore if the things she tells reporters are true or just crap stories to go with her "Image"

  12. Laury says – reply to this


    12

    So, what you're saying is that her mom is actually responsible for her child being such a whore?



  13. 13

    This coming from a gay thirty something year old man who hasn't EVER had a meaningful relationship, moved his mother in across the street from him, acts like a 12 year old girl, and is a meth head. Yeah, like your opinion on growing up matters to anyone Mario.



  14. 14

    I think she looks gross and her music is just terrible.. idk how the fuck she is famous .. she just uhg..



  15. 15

    Alright- famous or not, she's a young lady, and there is absolutely no reason to go around in those rags. I mean, really, does she think just because she's a celebrity she can wake up every day and dress like a sleez (same w/ lady gaga)?? And those panties! If she was ANYBODY else, she would have gotten a charge for indecent exposure. Children and adults don't need to look at that shit. Newsflash, Kesha: Even though you are considered to be "well known", that does not mean by everybody. If I saw you walking down the street I'd give you money for a pair of pants, and a cup of coffee, ’cause you look like shit. And most people aren't gonna look at you and say "Hey, there's Kesha!". They're gonna say"Wow- look at that poor girl in that t-shirt and panties. Did she get attacked or something?" It's like how on Fashion Police the other day Kelly Osbourne was critiquing Britney Spears, who was in a picture wearing shorts and ugg boots w/ messed up hair, and Kelly was all "Oh, that's just Britney. She does that, that's her style". Same thing with her as it is w/ Kesha- not everybody is gonna recognize her, or know her to even know that that is "her style". They're gonna think she's a street walker instead of the famous woman that she is. These girls need to grow up already, and put on some decent slacks like everybody else!



  16. 16

    Re: Jime_x – Those "stupid stories" are awesome. They help develop a child's creativity. And not only that, those kinds of things are the best things about being a kid, that child-like state of mind.



  17. 17

    Stupidity breeds stupidity



  18. 18

    I think you might find that this is quite common around the world. I for one, grew up in suburban Australia, and went to a state primary school (kids aged from 4/5 - 10/11) and i remember distinctly the school running sex education classes when we were about 6/7 years old and our parents were included in the lessons. There was nothing seedy about it - just the facts.

    As for staying at home at 14, again, nothing wrong with that! I stayed at home looking after my sister who is 8 years younger than me every weekend and i've turned out fine - no addictions or disorders, highly educated and highly motivated.

    Remember that just because YOU might not have experienced this, doesn't mean that it's not "normal" and that many many many people around the world live in far worse conditions. Lets keep it in perspective.



  19. 19

    I had the talk before I can remember. My mom was extremely open with me (so much that the yearly sex talk ((ie more info the older I got)) became annoying lol) and I am grateful now. I am still a V at nineteen because of the talks she gave me and her making sure I know the risk of getting pregnant etc. She also would have provided me with condoms and birth control at 14 if I had asked for because even though she wouldn't have agree'd, she would rather I was protected than not.
    So… I see nothing wrong with what ke$ha's mom did (except giving her the car keys…).



  20. 20

    So i had the talk in the age of five.BIG FUCKING DEAL!!!



  21. 21

    I don't care when a parent gives their kid "the talk", if the kid asks why lie?
    But I don't think it's good to pretty much let your kid do what they want at 14, you can talk to them about preventing pregnancy but just letting you kids run wild so young is stupid.



  22. 22

    Oh please. Kids are having sex at 9 years old these days. If my kid were to ask me a question about sex, you're sure as hell I'd tell him before he finds out from his equally idiotic friends at school.

    It's best to treat your children responsibly if you want them to be responsible. Better than "birds and bees."



  23. 23

    i was 8 when i had "the talk"
    children ask questions and its better to answer them honestly than let them find out for themselves



  24. 24

    Re: silverruby_2000 – Same here. I'm Australian too and we had sex ed at about 7/8. There is nothing wrong with having a basic understanding of what is going on. You don't have to go into graphic details, just a basic understanding.



  25. 25

    Don't be so prudish.
    I started answering my sons questions about sex when he was a toddler. Education doesn't mean promiscuity, quite the contrary.



  26. 26

    I commend her mother. Mine did the same, dumbass, and guess what, I am almost thirty and I haven't had a baby, I don't drink and I don't smoke. People need more parents like that instead of having to get this information for barely informed friends and tv because their own parents are repressed fools.



  27. 27

    She was a lucky girl. My mother didn't leave my sister and I shit.



  28. 28

    With all the pregnant teenagers you have over there you should keep your mouth shut - better to talk with your children early and in appropriate words - than to have the mess later.



  29. 29

    Re: silverruby_2000 – I agree even if this is a factual event in her life which I beleive it is we all end up judging what we learn and using what we select as good information… To me it contraticts completely what she's trying to be in the famous look world with who she really is… It's almost like she's indirectly saying I am not this Ke$ha I'm the responsible one mommy raised into a grown up at younger ages so I am actually really mature… Wish I could agree but based on how "hardcore trouble" she aims to be in the public eye and from sightings at bars acting like a complete slut and getting trashed and talking like a truck driver I mean fine she may have been raised to be mature but not raised to be classy and I feel one follows the other so wether the story is true abotu mommy or not she's still a slut selling to preteens to be able to be famous…



  30. 30

    That explains why she's such a slut.



  31. 31

    Honestly Kesha's mother probably did the right thing. More parents NEED to be open with their kids and tell them their expectations.. and just… be real with them.



  32. 32

    I don't think thats true…she also claims she didnt have a crib, just a guitar case. dont u think someone would have called child protective servies by that point?