Ke$ha Backpedals After Her Britney Spears-Dissing Track “Styrofoam” Surfaces Online

Robbie Daw / March 22, 2010

Naughty, be-feathered Maxim vixen Ke$ha was probably never expecting her Britney Spears diss track “Styrofoam”—which she claims she recorded eight years ago—to hit the Internet. In the mid-tempo pop jam, she warbles the line, “In ten years, Britney Spears—Britney who?” Hearing it now, it may seem like bold words from an artist who’s only released two singles so far compared to Britney’s 12-year string of hits. But as Ke$ha explains it, she has nothing but “mad respect” for the “Toxic” singer.

Watch Ke$ha wriggle her way out of her sticky “Styrofoam” situation in an interview with Australia’s So You Think You Can Dance below.

First, here’s “Styrofoam”:

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Ironically, one of the lines are “my foot is always in my mouth.” Here’s Ke$ha doing damage control after the song, which she claims to have made when she was 15, popped up online.

So just for the record, Ke$ha really regrets singing “Styrofoam.” Looks like she learned the hard way that, much like styrofoam, demos of songs from before you were famous last forever, too.

But this, of course, isn’t the first time Ke$ha’s teenage past has come back to bite her in her recently-exposed ass.