Only three months after the arrival of their son, Future Zahir, he shared:
And the response to his album, Honest, didn't help his situation either.
Producer Mike Will Made-It even chimed in:
[Image via Theo Wenner/Rolling Stone Magazine.]
Kesha has always maintained a special relationship with her fans!
On Thursday, the singer took to Instagram to share her happiness over Dr. Luke's decision to let her perform at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards. The music producer originally denied the blonde over fears that she'd discuss her ongoing "litigation" against him while on stage.
Naturally, the businessman's choice INFURIATED fans AND celebs like Lady GaGa. From scathing articles to explosions on social media, just about everyone had something to say about Luke's total legal control over the beauty thanks to her contract with him at Kemosabe Records.
To celebrate Kesha's reversal in fortune, she posted a gushing message to share with fans:
It seems Dr. Luke was under the impression, the performance was going to be something other than an incredibly beautiful Bob Dylan cover.
Kemosabe records has just released a statement confirming the performance has now been approved, writing:
OMG, this is so heartbreaking!
It ain't the Billboard Music Awards, but this performance had to be seen anyway!
So, with a little help from Ben Folds and Y Music on Wednesday night, she performed the Bob Dylan cover she planned for the award ceremony at El Lay's Orpheum Theatre.
Ch-ch-check out the moving version of It Ain't Me, Babe (below)!
Two musicians sticking up for each other…
As we reported, Kesha was supposed to perform at the Billboard Music Awards on May 22 until Dr. Luke heard that the We R Who We R singer was reportedly going to make references about their lawsuit on stage.
The 29-year-old vehemently denies such claims, saying her now-cancelled performance "never had anything at all to do with" the music producer.
And to say she's not happy is a HUGE understatement.
On Wednesday, Pebe Sebert took to Twitter to call out the people responsible for pulling the plug on her daughter's upcoming performance. And believe it or not, she's not taking aim at Dr. Luke — well, not directly.
The 60-year-old went on social media to completely slam the American legal system, firing shots at the New York judge who denied the pop star her injunction bid to get out of a contract with her alleged abuser.
And while the Kemosabe label head was the one who decided to yank Kesha from the show, the momma-of-three decided to place blame on the woman who allowed the Sony producer to continue controlling her daughter's career, writing:
To say that Kesha has had a rough year seems like a bit of an understatement.
Despite Kesha taking to Instagram to share that her number at the award show was not going to address her history with the producer and simply be a tribute to Bob Dylan, it looks like she's one act that we'll have to miss.
But what puzzles us is that a source told People the 29-year-old wrote to Dr. L about the performance before he canceled it! The insider dished:
What a shame…
As we wrote, Kesha was supposed to perform at the Billboard Music Awards on May 22 where she was reportedly going to make direct references to Dr. Luke. They were rumors she was even going to include his picture!
Sadly, on Tuesday, her performance was cancelled after the record producer heard about her intentions.
Later that day, the We R Who We R star took to Instagram to clarify what she was planning to do.