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IN Celebrities ON 26 Feb, 2016
From Right round and Tick Tock, she has been riding our hearts and ever since she has left a raving mark. We can proudly call ourselves animals for she gave us the right reasons to. But if you are arriving late to the story of Kesha and her accusation for Dr. Luke and Sony Music, it might be difficult for you to know what exactly is going on.
It's been five days since a judge decided that Kesha's contract with Sony stands, despite the allegations that her producer Dr. Luke drugged and raped her. After the verdict was announced, photos of Kesha sobbing in the back of the courtroom circulated on the Internet and just about broke everyone's heart.
Let's see what Kesha had to say about all this.
"The New York County Supreme Court on Friday found that Kesha is already 'free' to record and release music without working with Dr. Luke as a producer if she doesn't want to."
And we are still in Love with her.
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