Kesha Tweets Support For Taylor Swift’s ‘Strength And Fearlessness’ After Testimony

Kesha tweeted her support for Taylor Swift Monday morning after Swift’s recent testimony in her legal battle against former radio host David Mueller.

The “Praying” singer recently released her latest album after a long absence during her own legal fight against producer Dr. Luke.

Lena Dunham is also a loyal member of Swift’s squad. The 31-year-old “Girls” creator took to Twitter late Thursday night to commend her longtime pal on her testimony as well.

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“Proud of @taylorswift13 for her fierce & cutting testimony & her refusal to settle for being treated like property. Her example is powerful,” Dunham wrote.

Dunham and Swift, 27, have been close for a while with Swift collaborating with Dunham’s boyfriend, Jack Antonoff, on her most recent album, “1989”.

Earlier in the day on Thursday, Swift took the stand in the court case, giving candid and at times cheeky responses to the line of questioning surrounding the alleged groping she experienced during a meet-and-greet in Denver, Colorado, in June 2013.

Swift noted that the only way someone would have been able to see the incident was if they were “lying directly under my skirt and we didn’t have anyone positioned there,” which elicited laughs from the courtroom.

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She also showed no remorse at Mueller losing his job as a result of his alleged actions.

“I did not have a reaction to a strange person I didn’t know suffering consequences,” she said. “I’m not going to allow you and your client in any way make me feel like it’s my fault, because it isn’t.”

Swift’s fans have been thrilled by her feisty responses, praising her on social media. In the GRAMMY winner’s countersuit, she said she wants to “serve as an example to other women.”

In addition to Dunham, other celebrities have taken to Twitter to show their support for the singer. Nelly Furtado shared a tweet about her own experience with radio staff at meet and greets. Swift’s good friend Jaime King called the singer “f**cking brave” and George Takei called her “fearless”:

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