Kesha got 'dumped' after not taking guy to Taylor Swift's afterparty

Kesha's date was fuming that she didn't get him into pop superstar Taylor Swift's party.



Kesha got brutally dumped because she didn't take a man to a private Taylor Swift function
Kesha got brutally dumped because she didn't take a man to a private Taylor Swift function

Kesha has claimed she was once "dumped" after refusing to take an ex to Taylor Swift's afterparty.

The 'Woman' singer has asked her X followers to send her their "worst date" stories, but first revealed the savage way she was ditched.

She wrote: "I got dumped bc I didn't take a guy to the Taylor Swift afterparty. (sic)"

The 37-year-old pop star – who was secretly engaged at one point but called it off – previously told Self magazine she has a partner but declined to name him.

In the same interview, Kesha revealed she “nearly died” after freezing her eggs.

The ‘Blah Blah Blah’ singer - previously known as Ke$ha - spent nine days receiving hospital treatment due to complications linked to the fertility procedure, which at one stage left her too weak to perform.

She said: “I almost died in January.”

Her profile in the publication stated that she froze her eggs in 2022, and some weeks after, on New Year’s Eve, she performed in the Bahamas, when she discovered she was too weak to walk.

She went to the hospital, where doctors discovered she had developed a rare and serious complication linked to her fertility procedure, which they attributed in part to her weakened immune system.

Kesha was transferred to a hospital in Miami, where she spent nine days.

She added: “I finally feel recovered, but it took a couple months. It was horrifying.”

Kesha wanted to freeze her eggs as “she wanted more time to think through what it meant to have a child in the world today without feeling rushed or distracted."

She also insisted she doesn’t want to be seen as telling people what to do when it comes to getting pregnant.

Kesha added: “I just was taking my reproductive health into my own hands. And I stand by everyone doing that and (honouring) your body.

“Everyone probably has some semblance of feeling like you share what you’re going through, and, at the same time, it’s almost inviting people to have an opinion about it. I don’t have that perfectly mapped out.”