Wendy Williams Revealed Her Opinions About Kesha

Wendy Williams has just revealed her opinions about Kesha’s sexual assault case.Famous singer Kesha had alleged her producer with sexual assault.And she had brought the case into the court to be free from her contract which she had signed with Dr.Luke.But unfortunately the court made a negative decision .

Kesha’s fans also were furious about Sony that forced the singer to work with Luke still.

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After the happenings,many famous people standed with Kesha.They supported her being free from all the contracts.Adele,Ariana Grande,Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato were some of these.Adele backed Kesha’s struggle while she was taking her BRIT award as the best female singer.She said “I’d like to take this moment to publicly say I support Kesha,”wendy williams no support for kesha. wendy williams no support for kesha

But surprisingly,in contrast to all these people ,Wendy Williams criticized Kesha .

”Unfortunately business is business, and it sounds like it’s fair,” Wendy Williams said. “If everybody complained because somebody allegedly sexually abused them and was ripping them off, then contracts would be broken all the time.”

Her explanations sounds a bit merciless.

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Wendy Williams also added “She wasn’t stupid ten years ago, neither was her mother, when the alleged sexual abuse started,” Williams said. “Why weren’t they rolling camera on it? You know, a camera up in the wig? Men are so stupid, that if you’re sexually abusing us, it’s so easy to catch you.”
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These are controversial but it is certain they made Kesha’s fans angry.

“I feel like by the time Kesha works her way out of this mess, people would have forgotten about her.”

“Her foot is not as strong in the music industry to be able to sustain four more years of this,” Williams said.

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The judge refused to free Kesha from contracts as the proofs were not enough to do this.Her fans supported her on both social media and streets.

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 19: Michael Eisley who runs the Kesha Today Twitter account organized Kesha fans to protest Sony Music Entertainment outside New York State Supreme Court on February 19, 2016 in New York City. Sony has refused to voluntarily release the pop star from her contract which requires her to make eight more albums with producer Dr. Luke, a man she claims sexually assaulted her. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 19: Kesha fans protest Sony Music Entertainment outside New York State Supreme Court on February 19, 2016 in New York City. Sony has refused to voluntarily release the pop star from her contract which requires her to make eight more albums with producer Dr. Luke, a man she claims sexually assaulted her. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

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