The returning star, who announced her new album Beautiful Trauma recently, was profiled by the New York Times in an article published on Thursday (October 5th).
I have told him to his face and I do not work with him. "But I do know that, regardless of the fact that Dr. Luke to be guilty or not, it is his karma and he deserved what happens to him because this is not a good person ".
Pink isn't the only former Dr Luke collaborator to come out against the Grammy-winning pop whiz - Kelly Clarkson, whose mid-noughties hitsSince U Been Gone, Behind These Hazel Eyes and My Life Would Suck Without You were co-penned by Gottwald, said in an interview last month that she was forced to work with the producer by her record label.
Pink isn't the only one who's spoken out against Dr. Luke since him and Kesha, 30, found themselves fighting it out in court. But that didn't stop her from finally addressing the overly publicised legal battle between the producer and singer Kesha.
Representatives for Dr. Luke did not immediately respond to EW's request for comment; he declined to comment to the Times. "They were like, 'We will not put your album out if you don't do this, '" she said. I've run into a couple of really bad situations. "I didn't rape Kesha and I have never had sex with her", he tweeted a year ago.
While some might argue that it appears Kesha has forgiven Dr. Luke, or at least moved past the traumatic experience that she's been through, it would seem that Pink is a lot less likely to forgive Dr. Luke. She told radio station Z100 about refusing a writing credit for the song, and according to Gears Of Biz, Clarkson refused the credit because effectively, Dr. Luke pressured her into working on the song.