Pink Slams Dr. Luke Amid Abuse Allegations: 'He's Not A Kind Person'

Posted October 08, 2017

Regardless of whether or not Dr. Luke did [drug and sexually abuse Kesha twice], this is his karma and he earned it because he is not a good person.

In an interview with the New York Times, Pink said she doesn't know what's the beef between Dr. Luke and Kesha in regards to the allegations made, which Gottwald has vehemently denied.

Pink is the latest singer to speak up about Dr. Luke.

The returning star, who announced her new album Beautiful Trauma recently, was profiled by the New York Times in an article published on Thursday (October 5th).

Pink and Kesha aren't the only Hollywood stars who have experienced nightmare moments with Dr. Luke - singer Kelly Clarkson has also dissed the music producer in the past. Within a month of her arrival, Dr. Luke reportedly gave Kesha the date rape drug GHB and raped her, according to accounts from her mother and the 2014 lawsuit in general.

Pink added, "I have told him that to his face and I do not work with him".

Clarkson said she only worked with Luke "because literally I got blackmailed by my label. That's not what holds weight in my life", she said. "I get along with everyone I work with, but he's just not a good guy for me", she continued. "We've clashed. Obviously, he's a talented dude, but". I've run into a couple of really bad situations. One thing that has brought me great relief is praying for those people. "And it's like, 'What?' And it makes the artist look bad". "And he's kind of hard to work with, kind of demeaning".

However, Kesha dropped all charges against Luke in 2016, in order to release her own music.