Kesha, the renowned singer, made a significant change to her performance of the hit song ‘TiK ToK’ in a show of solidarity with Cassie. Cassie recently accused music mogul Diddy of wrongdoing. During her live performance in Los Angeles on Saturday night, Kesha altered the lyrics of the song, removing the mention of Diddy’s name. The original lyrics begin with “Wake up in the mornin’ feelin’ like P. Diddy,” but Kesha sang, “Wake up in the morning’ feelin’ just like me.”
Kesha modifies the lyrics to her hit song ‘TiK ToK’ during two separate performances in support of Cassie, who recently accused Diddy of misconduct. Kesha’s decision likely stems from her own experiences as a survivor of alleged sexual assault.
Notably, Kesha made the same alteration during her show in Oakland on Friday night. Comparing footage from both performances, it is clear that Kesha intentionally changed the lyrics on two separate occasions. This move gains relevance considering Kesha’s history as a survivor of alleged sexual assault. She has been open about her accusations against Dr. Luke, which led to a lengthy legal battle.
In hindsight, Kesha and Dr. Luke settled their legal dispute, with Kesha stating, “Only God knows what happened that night. As I have always said, I cannot recount everything that happened.” This previous ordeal likely plays a role in Kesha’s decision to express solidarity with Cassie by modifying her lyrics.
The Allegations Against Diddy
Cassie recently filed a lawsuit against Diddy, accusing him of various misconducts, including rape, abuse, and human trafficking. Diddy vehemently denied these allegations, asserting that Cassie was seeking financial gain through the lawsuit. However, the two parties reached a settlement outside of court the following day.
It’s worth noting that Diddy has maintained a somber appearance since the filing of Cassie’s lawsuit. Photographs of him over the weekend showed him looking visibly downcast. Cassie, on the other hand, has chosen to stay out of the spotlight amidst the ongoing legal drama.