Kesha's supporters have stepped up their backing of her legal battle with Sony Music and Dr. Luke - the man she accuses of abusing her - by purchasing ads asking Sony to #FreeKesha.
While Kesha has appealed the New York Supreme Court's decision to deny her injunction from her contract, her fans are keen to keep her struggle in the public eye and support for her plight strong.
One way in which they're doing this is through radio - by joining forces with UltraViolet, a women's advocacy group, and purchasing ads on Pandora's pop stations urging Sony to drop Dr.Luke.
"Kesha is being forced to work with Dr. Luke, her abuser, something no survivor should have to go through," the ads state.
"Sony can #FreeKesha and take a stand against rape culture. Tell Sony to drop Dr. Luke!"
Speaking about the ads in a press release, UltraViolet co-founder Nita Chaudhary said: "Kesha has been struggling for years to be free from the influence of her abuser — and that struggle is still ongoing.
"While reports from unnamed insiders have implied that Sony Music is exploring ways to cut ties to Dr. Luke's Kemosabe Records, short of a public announcement from Sony Music CEO Doug Morris, only one thing remains true: Kesha isn't free."
NB: it's important to note that Dr. Luke has not been found guilty of abuse and steadfastly denies raping Kesha.
What do you make of all this?