Kesha Rose Sebert (Born March 1, 1987), better known as Kesha (stylized as Ke$ha), is an American recording artist. Her breakthrough came in early 2009 after appearing on Flo Rida's number one single "Right Round". Pictures of Ke$ha / Kesha at Gossipcenter.com.
As her ongoing saga to break her contract with Sony continues, Kesha
now says the record label offered to release her if she lie and say the Dr. Luke abuse never happened.
The “TiK ToK” songstress took to her Instagram on Sunday (April 3) to let fans know about the proposed backroom deal- “so. I got offered my freedom IF i were to lie. I would have to APOLOGIZE publicly and say that I never got raped.”
Enjoying the warm weather and sunshine on Easter Sunday (March 27), Kesha treated her social media followers to a sexy selfie while laying by the pool.
The “Your Love is My Drug” songstress also made sure to call out the haters in her preemptive caption- “not a slave to perfection right now. f**k it. ***body shamers please f**k off ain't nobody got time for it.”
She scored the very first trophy of the night last night (February 24) at the 2016 BRIT Awards, and Adele used her time at the microphone to show some love to Kesha.
The “Hello” songstress accepted the British Female Solo Artist honor, presented to her by Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson, and after she thanked the important people in her life she added, “I’d like to take this moment to publicly support Kesha.”
It was a tough Friday morning (February 19) for Kesha, as she appeared in court to learn of the judge’s decision regarding her business agreement with Sony.
The “TiK ToK” songstress wept openly as the judge announced that she would not be allowed to abandon her recording contract, and must work under the Sony umbrella, though she may use a different producer.
Back in October she filed a lawsuit against music producer Dr. Luke for sexual assault, verbal abuse, and physical mistreatment during their longtime partnership and now Kesha Sebert has added Sony Music to the defendant list.
The “TiK ToK” songstress’ complaint states, “Dr. Luke’s proclivity for abusive conduct was open and obvious to [Sony] executives, who either knew of the conduct and turned a blind eye, failed to investigate Dr. Luke’s conduct, failed to take any corrective action, or actively concealed Dr. Luke’s abuse.”