"My fans are everything," Kesha said to reporters at the airport in a video posted by TMZ, adding that, "Of course I love Taylor Swift."
On Friday, Sony's attorney Scott A. Edelman told PEOPLE that they are "not in a position" to terminate the singer's contract as her record deal is through Kemosabe Records, a Sony Music Entertainment label co-founded and run by Luke. However, Edelman did say that Sony "has made it possible for Kesha to record without any connection, involvement or interaction with Luke whatsoever." But a source close to the situation previously told PEOPLE, "There are issues beyond just whether she has to see him ... They would still be contractually tied [through the label], so it's not exactly an untethering of the two."
Many fans and fellow musicians have expressed support for Kesha, including Swift, who donated $250,000 to Kesha to help defray legal costs.