By now many are well of the #MeToo movement that has shed light on women being abused not just in the entertainment industry but in various fields as well..
Last night at the Grammys women and men, made it known that they support the movement. One of the most moving performances, was given by pop artist Kesha, who if you can remember had a pretty rough year. Back in 2014 Kesha filled a lawsuit against her producer Dr. Luke, who she says sexually, mentally and physically abused her.
"Before #MeToo or #TimesUp, Kesha was battling her alleged abuser and institutionalized sexism in court, and therefore, on an immensely public stage, all while being literally silenced from recording new music — and thus, raising her voice." #GRAMMYs https://t.co/ZUBBM0UBSq— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) January 29, 2018
With the #MeToo movement in full affect Kesha brought out a number of singers with her- to sing the song that fans were waiting to hear and most definitely felt. From 'Rise' singer Andra Day to,
South Florida's own Camila Cabello and so many more stood with Kesha on stage. Even the crowd shed a tear after watching their performance.