Kesha is grateful for her fans!
On Thursday, the Die Young singer took time out of her concert in Brooklyn to thank the loyal fans who've stood by her during her lawsuit against music producer Dr. Luke.
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The blonde beauty told the audience:
"I honestly don't know if I would have made it the past few years without you guys, some of you may know I'm in a lawsuit. Thank you for standing by me."
Awww! In case you forgot, the Tik Tok artist has been in a contentious legal battle with the industry vet for almost two years. Kesha has accused Luke in court documents of sexually, physically, verbally, and emotionally abusing her for about a decade. While the songwriter has vehemently denied the allegations the pop star has made against him, the A-lister has remained steadfast in her claims.
And it appears as though Kesha isn't planning to back down anytime soon as she dished to the crowd:
"I think that there's some people that were thinking I'll just sit around waiting to die. That somebody f*cked with the wrong woman!"
Oh, the shade. As the lawsuit is ongoing, the hitmaker was unable to perform any of her new music at the Brooklyn show. She explained:
"I could not do this without you so f*cking thank you. I can't share my new music with you. Keep praying, someday it will come. I can't wait for that."
Now we are absolutely thirsty for more music from Kesha, however, as Luke has since countersued the 29-year-old for breach of contract and defamation, we doubt we'll be getting anything new in the near future. Sigh!
To make matters worse, Kesha's lawyer has noted that the songstress has been working on at least 28 new songs. Wah!
Well that explains why Kesha stuck to a set list of covers for her performance — including Grace's You Don't Own Me, Dolly Parton's Jolene, and mom Pebe Sebert's Old Flames Can't Hold A Candle To You. LOVES it!
Keep doing you, girl! And be sure to let us know the MINUTE you can release new music again!
[Image via Kesha/Instagram.]
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