Kesha Supporters Planning To Rally Outside Sony Headquarters
Since the verdict, Kesha has received an outpouring of support from fans and celebrities, including Reese Witherspoon, Anne Hathaway, Adele, Lena Dunham and Demi Lovato, while Taylor Swift donated $250,000 to cover her legal costs, and musicians Jack Antonoff and Zedd have offered to help produce new music. And now devotees are hoping to make a change by gathering in front of Sony’s offices in New York City on Friday afternoon, calling for label executives to dump the contract with Kesha. “The #FreeKesha movement has shaken the pop culture community,” said Care2 online organizing strategist Lacey Kohlmoos in a statement. “Whether or not Kesha’s music affected someone personally, this case represents the unfair treatment of sexual assault survivors around the globe. It is important for Sony to see the uproar they have caused, so protesters are bringing it right to their front door.” The rally’s lead organizer, Michael Eisele, added, “Kesha was offered by Sony to record music with producers other than Dr. Luke. However, Kesha is signed with Kemosabe, Dr. Luke’s recording label, which is under Sony Music’s umbrella. Therefore, any music Kesha is expected to release will be under his label, have his name on it, earn him profits and will be undoubtedly left to plummet… regardless of who the producer is.” Fans previously rallied in support of the pop star at Sony offices in January, prior to the judge’s decision. Meanwhile, Kesha has shown her gratitude for all the support she’s received over the past few days, by writing a heartfelt post on Facebook.