Jennifer Lopez ain't your mama and people ain't happy with the diva about it.
The 46-year-old singer released her new single, "Ain't Your Mama," this week and fans quickly noted that the track was co-produced by Dr. Luke -- the same producer that Kesha accused of drugging and sexually assaulting her. (Dr. Luke has called Kesha's claims "outright lies.")
Lopez performed the song -- which was co-written by Meghan Trainor -- during the American Idol finale on Thursday. Sources tell ET that "Ain't Your Mama" was actually written years ago, with Dr. Luke producing at the time -- well before Kesha's lawsuit was filed.
Lopez, who returned to Sony's Epic Records earlier this year, recorded the song within the last two months after falling in love with the track and never worked with Dr. Luke -- who wasn't involved in the final product -- on the song.
Meanwhile, fans have been @replying the pop star to express disappointment in who she has chosen to work with.
"I'm disgusted to see that this was produced by Dr. Luke. I can't believe you, I'm disappointed in you, and I won't listen," one Twitter user wrote to J.Lo, a sentiment that was echoed by many more.
How is JLo gonna come out with a feminist song that's produced by Dr. Luke....that kinda sounds ironic if you ask me— Steph Payano (@stephpayano_) April 7, 2016
Jennifer Lopez's new song was produced by Dr. Luke and we're all just going to act as if that's ok??— Harry Lethaby (@_hollabackharry) April 7, 2016
Jennifer Lopez did a "feminist anthem" with Dr. Luke. Jennifer, girl, who's your PR person?— Morgan Jerkins (@MorganJerkins) April 8, 2016
I wish JLO nothing but menopause and low sales with her Dr. Luke lead single. ❤️— jack (@dashausofjack) April 7, 2016
Others called for a boycott of the song, refusing to buy it because of the Dr. Luke connection:
I was really looking forward to new music by @JLo but learning that it was produced by Dr. Luke makes me not want to support it...sry...— Messy Danii (@theheauxinpink) April 7, 2016
Lopez's friend, Demi Lovato, even took heat for tweeting her support for "Ain't Your Mama":
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