In February, singer-songwriter Kesha's request to end her contract with producer Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, the man she accused of sexual and psychological abuse throughout their decade-long relationship as collaborators, was denied.
Dr. Luke denies the allegations, and has not been dropped from Sony Music Entertainment.
Thousands of supporters started the hashtag #FreeKesha in solidarity with the artist, and pop star Taylor Swift donated $250,000 to the singer to help cover court costs. Jennifer Lopez, however, has come under fire on social media for releasing a new single called "Ain't Your Mama," produced by Dr. Luke, according to TIME.
Twitter users expressed their disappointment with the Grammy-nominated artist Thursday.
"Guys have this tendency, once they love you in the beginning and you're the hottest woman on Earth, and then all of a sudden, it's like, 'Okay ... where's my food?'" Lopez told ET. "It's like, 'What!? Are you kidding me? Take me out! What are you doing right now?'"