By Tanner Stransky
December 02, 2010 at 11:35 PM EST

When Ke$ha announced her new album Cannibal that hit stores last week, she told EW about how her lead single “We R Who We R,” saying that it was an anthem to inspire people to be themselves, especially in light of all the gay bullying that was going on at the time. Well, the song’s music video has hit the internets, and it doesn’t so much inspire self esteem as much as it inspires just a plain ol’, trashy, Ke$ha-ed out good time. Code word: party! See: A riot-dance party in a tunnel with drag racing! Gold-studded eyebrows! Then a rooftop party! Product placement: Revolucion tequila and Plenty of Fish’s dating website! Ke$ha falling from said rooftop! More dancing! There’s not much to it. But do we still love it? In a direct quote from Ke$ha’s “We R Who We R,” “yes, of course we does!”

Watch the full video here:

What do you think? Has Ke$ha done it again—or is this a big no-no? Lemme know in the comments!

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