"But I know that regardless of whether or not Dr. Luke did that, this is his karma and he earned it because he's not a good person". Luke then filed a countersuit, and the two were engaged in legal battles until 2016, when Kesha's claim was denied.
If she does not take sides in the case which opposes him to Kesha, she explained that she had kept a very bad memory of their collaboration in 2006 for the album I'm Not Dead: "I don't know what happened".
The New York Times notes that Dr. Luke declined to comment. One of the topics that came up was the abuse claims brought by Kesha against Dr. Luke, and while she of course couldn't speak to the validity of the claims, Pink does consider them to be "karma" because Dr. Luke is "not a good person". She dropped her sexual assault lawsuit in August past year as she wanted to focus on releasing new music.
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The proceeds from " Almost Like Praying " will benefit The Hispanic Federation's Unidos Disaster Relief Fund . "What I saw on my Facebook feed - and I'm sure a lot of other Latinos feel the same way - was this roll call of towns".
"I don't know what happened", she said. According to her self-penned submission to Lenny, she is now opting instead to pray for those she feel has done her wrong in the past so that she can truly move forward. However, Pink did have her own strong opinion to share. The move meant she would lose "hundreds of thousands of dollars" if not "millions" for taking her name off.
Pink's commentary echoes that of "American Idol" alum Kelly Clarkson, who scored some of her biggest hits alongside Dr. Luke but spoke out against him past year, saying she refused to share a writing credit with him on 2009's "My Life Would Suck Without You" because she believed he was "not a good guy".
"I was making a point to the people working with me, going: 'This is how much I didn't want to do this". "I only worked with him because, literally, I got blackmailed by my label".