Pitbull Talks Ke$ha's Rehab Visit in The Hollywood Reporter: People Need Their Space

Posted Thursday March 27, 2014 12:38 PM GMT

He worked closely with Ke$ha on their hit single "Timber" last fall, but now Pitbull reveals why he hasn't spoken to her since her stint in rehab.

In the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter, the "Give Me Everything" singer chatted about his exciting career and shared the reason behind his time away from the "Tik Tok" songstress.

Check out GossipCenter's recap of Pitbull's interview below. For more, be sure to visit The Hollywood Reporter!

On Ke$ha:
"People need their space. The good thing is she came out on a high horse. Sometimes, it's a blessing in disguise."

On his childhood:
"I grew up around so many alcoholics and rug addicts that I saw early on in my life what I didn't want to do. I had a mother that went to Alcoholics Anonymous, I sat through the classes. I've seen the 12 steps, the chips, the whole nine. Thank God I didn't have to grow up in the public eye at a time when I was trying to find myself."

On his career:
"I'm not afraid of a flop. Losing means learning, and a flop means go back in the studio and kncok another one out."

Photo Credit: Miller Mobley for The Hollywood Reporter

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