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Malaysia bans Kesha gig

Malaysia bans Kesha gig

Ke$sha had been due to perform in Malaysia last night, but shortly before the organisers, Livescape, were told the government had banned the gig.

Why? Because the singer would offend “cultural and religious sensitivities” due to the sex and booze references in the tunes.

This came after Ke$sha had agreed to make wardrobe and even lyric changes to make the show suitable. Due to the timing, Livescape lost $350,000.


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