Kesha is such a beautiful soul! The singer is super grateful for all the support that she’s gotten from stars and fans since a judge ruled that she couldn’t break her contract with Sony, and thus couldn’t escape her alleged rapist Dr. Luke. To show everyone how she feels, her attorney Mark Geragos took to Twitter to share a video of Kesha singing a song she wrote for supporters. Listen, here!
Kesha isn’t going to let the lawsuit against Dr. Luke derail her creative process! A source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that Kesha is asking her huge supports like Taylor Swift and Kelly Clarkson to do a special duet record with her. Here’s what we know.
Fans and celebrities all over the world are begging Sony to release Kesha from her contract with Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald‘s Kemosabe Records under the Sony umbrella. But until now, Sony has remained tight-lipped. In an exclusive statement to HollywoodLife.com, Sony’s attorney, Scott Edelman tells us that they don’t have the power to “terminate the contractual relationship.”
Kesha’s, 28, nasty war with Dr. Luke, 42, just keeps getting worse and worse. The “Tik Tok” singer has cancelled her scheduled performance at Loyola University Chicago’s Colossus 2016 event amidst her allegations that the Grammy-nominated music producer raped her.
Kesha had an incredibly tough week after she was denied the ability to break her contract with Sony and escape her alleged sexual abuser and music producer Dr. Luke. However, she is filled with gratitude for the many stars and fans that have sent her both financial and emotional support, which left her face “swollen with tears.” We have her heartfelt message, here.
Dr. Luke may have some explaining to do, as the music producer allegedly deleted a picture of a sleeping Kesha he posted on Twitter in 2009. This is shocking because he recently denied ever raping or having sex with the “TiK ToK” singer, even though she claims he did.
Portions of Kesha‘s deposition taken in 2011, in which she flatly denies Dr. Luke (Lukasz Gottwald) ever drugging her or raping her, have surfaced online. And they’re so shocking that we can only imagine they’ll hurt any efforts she may make in the future to appeal the Feb. 19 court ruling, which forces her to fulfill her contract with Sony.