These are the 12 best entertainment quotes of the week

It's about more than just the music industry. The conversation surrounding pop star Kesha and her battle to end her contract with "TiK ToK" producer Dr. Luke is a story about freedom from oppression, and the freedom to create — one that's also generating a great deal of discussion around how we talk about sexual assault. That's why it leads this week's round-up of culture quotes...

Why is Twitter calling to #FreeKesha?

Pop star Kesha leaves Supreme court in New York, Friday, Feb. 19, 2016. Kesha is fighting to wrest her career away from a hitmaker she says drugged, sexually abused and psychologically tormented her _ and still has exclusive rights to make records with her. Producer Dr. Luke says the singer is slinging falsehoods and ruining his reputation to try to weasel out of her recording contract and strike a new deal. (Mary Altaffer/The Associated Press)


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