There’s been no legal developments in Kesha’s ongoing battle to separate from Dr. Luke and Sony Music since last Friday, but there have been plenty of social media developments. First, Taylor Swift donated $250,000 to Kesha. And now, Dr. Luke has spoken out about the case on Twitter. Oh, and also, Jack Antonoff — producer buddy of Swift, boyfriend of Lena Dunham, and member of pop bands fun. and Bleachers — also offered to produce music for Kesha in the meantime, because, you know, why not?
To start, let’s have a look at the tweets from Dr. Luke, without comment:
And Jack Antonoff’s offer, again, without comment:
Further, just a reminder that Friday’s preliminary injunction hearing was just that: preliminary. The New York Supreme Court Justice’s decision against Kesha in that case does not mean that Kesha has lost the larger battle to get out of her contract. That will be decided at a later date. Until then, this thing is being tried in the court of Twitter, regardless of how Dr. Luke or Kesha feel about it.