Kesha doubled down on her efforts to fight body shaming with a pair of inspiring Instagram messages on Sunday.
The platinum-selling singer is no stranger to the topic of body image. After leaving rehab for an eating disorder in 2014, Kesha penned an essay to ELLE UK about body shaming in her field.
"The music industry has set unrealistic expectations for what a body is supposed to look like, and I started becoming overly critical of my own body because of that," she wrote, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "I felt like people were always lurking, trying to take pictures of me with the intention of putting them up online or printing them in magazines and making me look terrible."
In March, Kesha addressed body shaming again with an Instagram photo of herself in a bikini.
"Not a slave to perfection right now," she wrote on Instagram. "fuck it. ***body shamers please fuck off ain't nobody got time for it."
On Sunday, the 29-year-old published two more body positive messages on Instagram.
"[No] thigh gap here. just a shit ton of balls," she wrote in the first post.
"Byeeeeeeee haters and body shamers," she wrote in the second post. "I'm hot when my ass is big. I'm hot when my ass [is] small. GET OVER IT."
Kesha's inspirational Instagram posts were published a week after the release of her first song in nearly three years — a huge victory in the midst of an intense legal battle with her former producer.