Kesha’s fans hit the streets of New York to call on Sony Music bosses to release the singer from her contract.
The “We R Who We R” star is fighting to terminate her recording contract with Sony and its subsidiary, Kemosabe Records, which is owned by producer Dr Luke, who she has accused of subjecting her to years of sexual and emotional abuse, reported New York Daily News.
She had her efforts dismissed in a Big Apple court last month, but her fans have rallied behind her and last week they staged their third protest outside Sony’s headquarters to protest the label’s lack of action.
Around 35 demonstrators gathered to deliver various petitions, boasting more than 411,000 signatures, backing Kesha’s cause, while some held up signs reading, “Free Kesha Now”.
They also chanted, “Do the right thing!” and “People over profits!”