Kesha definitely has a friend in Lady Gaga. The singer posted a sweet snap of her holding Kesha’s hand and closing their eyes. She then posted a lengthy message that Kesha, 28, has given strength to women all over the world who are afraid to speak out against the individuals that assaulted them. Gaga has been very vocal about the fact that she was sexually assaulted in her 20s and she clearly stands behind Kesha.
After everything Kanye West, 38, has said about her, Taylor Swift, 26, is more about women empowerment than ever…which is part of the reason she decided to give Kesha $250,000 to help with her finances and legal fees. Find out why the 26-year-old is making a point not to ‘Ye’s disses directly right here!
Adele, 27, just did something truly amazing. The “Hello” singer had a big moment at the 2016 Brit Awards on Feb. 24, but rather than making the whole thing about herself, she decided to use the platform to reveal she’s firmly standing behind Kesha during her troubling time. Watch her speech here!
Did you know that Kesha is excellent at the Word Game? Kesha, 28, proved her prowess on the February 23 episode of Hollywood Game Night, taking a well deserved respite from her ongoing battle with Sony and Dr. Luke. Click through to see her fun game night with so many other celebs!
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.