Kelly Clarkson Was ‘Blackmailed’ Into Working With Dr. Luke

Here’s Kelly Clarkson talking about her working relationship with Dr. Luke, which could be interpreted as a sign of support for Kesha provided you count specifically going out of your way to not call Dr. Luke a rapist a sign of support. Via Celebuzz:

“He’s just not a good person to me. We’ve clashed, but I can’t really say anything other than that… I wasn’t there [with Kesha]. I don’t know what happened specifically in their situation. Obviously I wasn’t in the room… But I can remark on his character.
Unfortunately when you have that poor of character, like so many artists don’t like you and don’t like working with you. You know, that’s not normal… I get along with everybody I work with. I love everyone that I work with. He’s just not a good guy for me.”

Kelly Clarkson then revealed she was basically blackmailed into working with Dr. Luke. But he didn’t rape her! Has she mentioned she never saw rape? No rape.

“I only worked with him, even the last time I worked with him, because literally I got blackmailed by my label.
They were like, ‘We will not put your album out if you don’t do this. It was a really hard time for me. And I tried to make the best of the situation.
… And you know, we have a whole crew to support and people that depend on us for their livelihood, so sometimes you just have to make those decisions and swallow that pill.”
She also clarifies that her and Kesha’s situations are totally different: he “never did anything like that [alleged sexual assault] to me.”

Of course, the wrong question to ask is why would Dr. Luke allegedly rape Kesha, but not Kelly Clarkson, even though looks clearly aren’t a fact- I’m making this worse, aren’t I? ABANDON POST. *puts knife between teeth, swings away*

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