Ke$ha’s “Die Young” Falls Off Listening Charts
Obviously she had no idea that a mad gunman would shoot up the Sandy Hook Elementary School when she released her song “Die Young,” and now Ke$ha is in a precarious position.
The “Your Love is My Drug” songstress’ latest single has been pulled from many radio stations following the Newtown, Connecticut tragedy.
An insider told TMZ, “A drop of this magnitude is extremely rare. The last time a song plummeted this quickly is when the Dixie Chicks were banned from country radio ... after insulting President Bush.”
From Friday, the day of the shooting, until Monday, “Die Young” went from #3 with 167 million listeners to a much-lower 148 million listeners.