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Kesha celebrates the return of stolen custom jacket

Published 11/08/2016

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Kesha has told fans they've "saved rock and roll" by helping her find her stolen custom jacket.

Kesha has been reunited with her custom jacket following an Instagram appeal to track it down.

The Tik Tok singer pleaded with fans to help her find the custom-made black jacket on Monday (08Aug16), which features a tiger and a rainbow on the back, after she claimed it was stolen from her dressing room.

TMZ.com reported the person in possession of the garment contacted Kesha claiming they took it "accidentally" and she assured them she wouldn't take police action if she was reunited with it.

Now, Kesha has posted another video on Instagram, in which she shows off the jacket, which she is wearing, and thanks fans for all their help in locating the special piece.

"We love the motherf**king jacket!" Kesha yells, before adding, "Thanks to you guys. Without you, I would not have this jacket and without this jacket there would be no rock and roll tonight so basically you have saved rock and roll and I am forever grateful."

It's thought she went without it for her show in Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday (09Aug16) but had it back in time for her concert in Millvale, Pennsylvania on Wednesday night (10Aug16).

In the original video, she pleaded with fans to help her track it down, saying, "If you can get me my f**king suit, I don't know what I'll do, I'll kiss you on the f**king mouth but I need it for my show tomorrow. If someone finds it, if someone could get it, I'll do something great for you but please I need that f**king suit by tomorrow night at 9 o'clock."

The tour is Kesha's first proper trek since a judge denied her appeal to be freed from her deal with Dr. Luke's Kemosabe Records and its parent company Sony Music in April (16). She began her legal action in 2014 by filing a lawsuit in which she claimed the producer had subjected her to physical and emotional abuse. She has dropped the case in Los Angeles but is continuing her fight in New York.

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