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Ke$ha Tells Fans that Rehab Is "Really Hard"

Image courtesy of Yu Tsai/RCA Records (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Yu Tsai/RCA Records (via ABC News Radio)

After asking her friend to jump on Twitter and thank her fans for their support, Ke$ha has now made an appearance herself, telling fans that she's finding the experience of being in rehab for an eating disorder to be difficult.

"Hey It's Kesha from treatment. I just wanted to say that this is really hard and necessary work. I'm grateful for all the love and support," she wrote on Wednesday . "i couldnt do this without you."

At least Ke$ha can celebrate the fact that her song with Pitbull, "Timber," is still the #1 song in the country.

Meanwhile, on a lighter note, her friend also tweeted from Ke$ha's account, "Hey guys this is K's friend again. She's doing well and needs more of your teeth to make art with at the treatment center. She misses you :)."

It's a tradition for Ke$ha's fans to send her their teeth; she's created various accessories and articles of clothing with them over the years.  However, a spokesperson for the center in Chicago where Ke$ha is receiving treatment told TMZ that fans aren't allowed to send her teeth because they "can't accept human remains." 

The rep explained, "There is always a risk that it could be of bio-hazardous material so we are not able to bring in anything that's real."

Ke$ha entered rehab on January 3 for her eating disorder, which her mother has claimed was brought on by body-shaming and bullying by the singer's former manager, as well as her producer, Dr. Luke. Luke has denied those claims.  Her mother subsequently joined Ke$ha in treatment a few days later for what she described as "post-traumatic stress disorder."

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