Concert promoters Livescape Asia said in a statement that they had worked with Ke$ha to "modify the show to suit the Malaysian culture and sensitivities, including having made adjustments to her song lyrics, wardrobe changes, and a set list that was modified to specifically adhere to the guidelines set forth by the authorities."
"Promoters in this country are constantly bearing the highest risk, despite the fact that all we want to do is to help promote Malaysia as a viable live music destination," the statement added.
"To be clear. I did NOT cancel," Ke$ha tweeted over the weekend. "I was not allowed to play. and then I was going to play anyways and was threatened with imprisonment."
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