Kesha Splits With Dr. Luke and Management Team

Guess what? Kesha is officially breaking up with Dr. Luke, and it’s not just on Facebook status—it’s in the tabloids!

Picture this: Kesha, the 36-year-old pop sensation, and Dr. Luke, the producer with a penchant for legal drama. It’s been a saga, my friends. A real-life soap opera with more twists and turns than a rollercoaster.

So, get this: Kesha accused Dr. Luke of mistreatment and sexual assault back in 2014. Fast forward to June, and they finally settled things. It’s like a divorce, but with more glitter and fewer alimony checks.

Now, after nearly a decade of legal wrangling, Kesha is declaring her independence. She’s putting the ‘Tik Tok’ behind her, literally and figuratively. Move over, Dr. Luke, because Kesha is ready to dance to the beat of her own glitter-covered drum.

In a plot twist worthy of a Hollywood blockbuster, Variety spilled the beans on Monday (December 18). Kesha, our favorite glitter queen, has bid adieu to Dr. Luke’s label, Kemosabe. It’s like breaking up and changing your relationship status simultaneously—only in the music industry.

Kesha didn’t stop there. She also said goodbye to her management company, Vector Management. It’s a breakup party, and everyone’s invited!

Rumor has it Kesha’s deal with Kemosabe, which is distributed by RCA Records, ended a week ago. Her last album with the label was called ‘Gag Order,’ released in May. Maybe the real gag order was the legal drama we endured along the way.

So, here’s to Kesha, breaking free like a pop phoenix rising from the ashes of legal battles. May her future be as bright as her glitter eyeshadow, and may Dr. Luke’s drama take a backseat to Kesha’s chart-topping hits.

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Let the music play, the glitter fall, and Kesha dance into the sunset of her glittery, drama-free future. Cheers to you, Kesha! 🎉✨

Kesha Splits With Dr. Luke and Management Team

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