Kesha's Mom Likens Daughter's Legal Obligations to Sony to Slavery

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Kesha photographed at the 9th Annual Delete Blood Cancer Gala on April 16, 2015 in New York City. 

Kesha's mother, Pebe Sebert, has been the pop star's strongest supporter through the lawsuit against her longtime producer Dr. Luke and record label Sony Music. And on Thursday Sebert unleashed a Twitter tirade venting her frustration at the legal tie up she and her daughter claim is killing Kesha's career. 

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In the series of tweets, Sebert accused Dr. Luke of raping her daughter when she was 18 and then doing exactly what she said he threatened he would do -- tying up her career in litigation "until she was 'too old' to make a record."

Sebert then turned her attention to Sony -- with whom Kesha recently said she would work again, so long as it's without Dr. Luke -- calling her legal obligations to the label "slavery."

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She went on to encourage people to boycott Sony, posting, "We can change the world by not buying the products sold by unethical companies. Then they change, or go out of business."

Read the full series of tweets here:


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