Ke$ha's Mom Calls Out Dr. Luke On Twitter, Says He's Not Giving Ke$ha Creative Freedom

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Have you guys been keeping up with Ke$ha and petition-gate? If not, let us get you up to speed. Ke$ha started dropping hints that she was being controlled by her label and her producer, Dr. Luke, who discovered her and signed her to his label, Kemosabe Entertainment, when she was just 18. Her fans got upset and started an official petition to free the "TiK ToK" songstress from Luke's evil clutches (anyone else getting Free Fiona flashbacks?). Some big media outlets, like Spin and Popjustice, reported on the petition, and in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Ke$ha publicly admitted for the first time that she doesn't have creative control, and more-or-less stated that she agreed with the petition without being too blatant about it.

So, now that you're all caught up, let's fill you in on the latest with the #FreeKesha movement. Ke$ha's outspoken Mom, Pebe Sebert, took to Twitter to talk to fans today when she admitted that it was Luke, not RCA Records, that's cockblocking her daughter, and told people to "ask Luke" about the next Warrior single. She also tweeted out the link to the petition, thanked the fans for protecting her baby girl, and then asked everyone to rescue street dogs.

Between these tweets and the Rolling Stone interview, we can pretty much gather that the Seberts are completely behind the petition and that Ke$ha wants her artistic freedom.

Luke, can you please hurry up and respond to this? The longer you keep quiet, the worse this is gonna get.

 

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