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Pink on Dr. Luke: 'He's not a good person'

October 24 2017, 03:53 | Irvin Gilbert

Pink on Dr. Luke: “This is his karma and he earned it because he's not a good person”

Pink Blasts Dr. Luke: 'This Is His Karma and He Earned It'

"I didn't rape Kesha and I have never had sex with her", he tweeted previous year.

Pop star Pink criticized Dr. Luke, the controversial music producer, by calling him a bad person who "doesn't do good business".

"I don't know what happened", she said of Kesha's allegations that the producer sexually and verbally abused her. "I don't know what happened", said the Grammy victor about Kesha's allegations of sexual assault and battery against Dr Luke.

In an interview with the New York Times, Pink said she doesn't know what's the beef between Dr. Luke and Kesha in regards to the allegations made, which Gottwald has vehemently denied.

Pink, who collaborated with the producer on her 2006 album "I'm Not Dead", said she told him she did not like working with him.

A weekly overview of the chatter from Kensington Palace and beyond. He declined to comment for the Times.

Artists who have expressed support for Kesha's legal battle against Dr. Luke include Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Fiona Apple, and Miley Cyrus. Dr. Luke's defamation case against Kesha is ongoing.

Pink's commentary echoes that of "American Idol" alum Kelly Clarkson, who scored some of her biggest hits alongside Dr. Luke but spoke out against him previous year, saying she refused to share a writing credit with him on 2009's "My Life Would Suck Without You" because she believed he was "not a good guy". One thing that has brought me great relief is praying for those people.

The Grammy-award winner's comments come not long after Kelly Clarkson claimed she lost out on millions of dollars by not putting her name beside his on the credits to a song.

Pink is not the only singer to speak up against Dr. Luke. "I only worked with him because, literally, I got blackmailed by my label".



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