Kesha (sorry, Ke$ha) recently wrote a letter to Jim Skinner, the chief executive officer of McDonald's, that offers to help fund a McDonald's slaughterhouse makeover. The pop star, who wrote on behalf of PETA, said that she felt ill upon realizing that McDonald's is "spending more than a billion dollars on store renovations but won't invest a dime to upgrade its suppliers' archaic slaugherhouses."
Kesha challenged the fast food corporation even further, adding, "If the cost is what troubles you -- despite the fact that your profits are way up because everyone eats cheap during a recession -- let's talk. I may not have the money that the Golden Arches has to throw around, but I'd be glad to lend a hand in helping bring your suppliers' slaughter practices into the 21st century."
Kesha isn't the only musician to support PETA. She joins a lengthy list of celebrity endorsers, including Paul McCartney, Carrie Underwood, Joan Jett, Shirley Manson, Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee. What do you think of the "Tik Tok" singer's letter?