01 March 2016

Lady Gaga did what??(Check out the video) 1MAR16

sony music, are they all rapist and sexual predators? It is a legitimate question as long as they are keeping an alleged rapist in the studio and force the woman accusing him to keep working with him. What else are we to think? See the below from UltraViolet and sign their petition.....AND be sure to click the link below to watch Lady Gaga's powerful performance at the Oscars
Two nights ago, in the most powerful moment of the Oscars, Lady Gaga was joined by dozens of sexual assault survivors on stage and dedicated her performance to fellow pop star and survivor, Kesha.1
Kesha survived years of abuse and rape by prominent Sony Music producer, Dr. Luke. She sued Sony Music in an attempt to break her contract with Dr. Luke, but Sony Music continues to force her to work under his thumb.2
Lady Gaga's performance is putting the spotlight on sexual assault, and Sony Music is feeling the pressure.Dr. Luke's contract with Sony expires this year--Sony executives could stand with a rapist by signing another contract with Dr. Luke, or stand up for survivors everywhere by dropping him.3 Will you add your name?
Tell Sony Music: Drop Dr. Luke.
Sign the petition
Kesha is suing Dr. Luke for years of abuse--including drugging and raping her when she was 18.4 But last week, a New York judge refused to grant her any reprieve from her contract with Sony, siding instead with Sony because it was the "commercially reasonable thing."5 
Now Kesha is legally obligated to make four more albums with Dr. Luke's production brand. It's an impossible position she's in: Work with a man who makes her feel unsafe, who abused her for years, or end her career altogether.6 
After Lady Gaga's powerful performance on Sunday, everyone is talking about sexual assault. If enough of us speak up, Sony will do the right thing and sever its ties with Dr. Luke.
--Nita, Shaunna, Kat, Karin, Adam, Holly, Kaili, Kathy, Onyi, Susan, Clarise, Anathea, Audine, Ryan, Shannon, Megan, Kaytee, and Libby, the UltraViolet team

5. How We Failed To Protect Kesha, Jezebel, February 19, 2016
6. Ibid