Kesha Hits Back at Body Shamers on Instagram: 'My Body Is Not Your Business'

The 29-year-old blonde-haired beauty lashed back at online bullies

Photo: Courtesy Kesha

Kesha is once again standing up to her online body shamers.

The 29-year-old took to Instagram late Friday night to address a user who had criticized her looks and called her a foul name.

“I see that you would very much like me to know that you think I’m ugly and also a ‘w—-,’ ” the “We R Who We R” singer wrote to the user, whose account is private. “Well, I understand that is your opinion but I disagree.”

“I’m not perfect but I’m pretty f—— magical,” Kesha continued. “And also, I am not, in fact a w—-.”

The comments were attached to a photo of the singer from behind, bent over and standing in the middle of knee-high water while wearing a cheeky blue bikini bottom.

Kesha, who entered treatment for anorexia and bulimia in March 2014, went on to remind the online critic that bullying can have a serious effect on those with eating disorders.

“Bullying someone who has struggled publicly with body issues is pretty mean. Thank god I’m in a place in my life where I feel empowered to address your nasty comments instead of letting them destroy me. So. On behalf of anyone anywhere who struggles with body image, STOP IT. My body is not your business,” she wrote.

“In conclusion, kiss my magical imperfect a–,” she added.

This isn’t the first time Kesha has fought back against online critics.

Three weeks ago, the singer took to Instagram saying “byeeeeeeee haters and body shamers” with a photo of the blonde-haired beauty waving back at the camera.

“Bye byeeeeeee,” she wrote. “I’m hot when my a– is big. I’m hot when it small. GET OVER IT.”

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Back In March, Kesha posted a photo of herself in a bikini on Instagram, with the caption, “Not a slave to perfection right now. Body shamers please f— off. Ain’t nobody got time for it.”

The singer has recently talked about life after overcoming her eating disorders, saying “I’m trying to embrace the skin I’m in. It’s difficult sometimes. Every day I have to look in the mirror and make the choice to be kind to myself. This is who I am – I have to love that.”

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