NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 01: Jack Antonoff attends The Ally Coalition & Above Average's 2015 Talent Show at New World Stages o
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Taylor SwiftDemi LovatoWale and many more artists have offered their condolences and support to Kesha after the singer was denied an injunction against her longtime producer and alleged abuser Dr. Luke. But Jack Antonoff may have made the most poignant statement on the situation thus far.

The Bleachers frontman/fun. guitarist reached out to Kesha on Twitter, offering to record music together, and referring to Dr. Luke as "that creep." See below:

It's certainly one of the most pointed statements at Dr. Luke. So far, most artists are focusing their thoughts on supporting Kesha instead of making judgments on the producer. The most telling could be Kelly Clarkson's response on the matter:

Fuse was on the scene at Kesha's New York court date on February 91. See what happened on the ground in our report.