Kesha Isn’t the Only Artist Who Has Problems With Dr. Luke
Another singer alleges he was “difficult to work with, kind of demeaning.”
Kesha isn’t the only recording artist who has a bone to pick with Dr. Luke. Early Monday morning, Kelly Clarkson released a statement about Dr. Luke, aka Lukasz Gottwald. She worked with the producer on hits “Since U Been Gone” and “My Life Would Suck Without You, both tracks off of the LPs Breakaway and All I Wanted released via RCA/Sony.
“Obviously he’s a talented dude, but he’s just lied a lot,” she alleges of Dr. Luke’s character. “I’ve come up on a lot of bad situations. Musically it’s been really hard for me, because he will just lie to people and it makes the artist look bad. He’s kind of difficult to work with, kind of demeaning.”
Although Clarkson has issues with Dr. Luke, she maintains that she never experienced Kesha’s allegations of sexual, psychical, and emotional abuse. The 33-year-old pop singer says, “Her situation is very different from mine, apparently. He never did anything like that with me. I don’t know that part.”
“Unfortunately, when you have that poor of character — like, so many artists don’t like you and don’t like working with you — that’s not normal,” she adds. “I get along with everybody I work with, I love everyone I work with, and he’s just not a good guy for me.”
Dr. Luke’s team hasn’t released a statement responding to Clarkson yet.