No patience for parent shamers
The singer isn't a fan of parent-shaming. In the past, she has called her followers out for being opinionated about Carey's parenting skill.
Months ago, after she shared a picture of her son's face smeared with chocolate, for some reason, a commenter suggested that Carey was not very present as a dad to Willow and Jameson.
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In her response, Pink did not attempt to hide her sarcasm and asked to know the commenter's credentials in parenting expertise.
Shooting lessons for a 3 yo: too much?
Her followers have not learned their lesson by now, because days ago, Carey deliberately baited trolls when he captioned a post showing little Willow at a shooting practice:
Haven’t poked the parent police bear in a few days. Willz and I shooting the 22 rifle. She is getting pretty good. Can hit a 12 inch pie plate from 30 yards. Started her shooting at 3yrs old. For the record non of us hunt, just enjoy shooting for sport. I’m raising the kids with knowledge of fire arms, how to handle them, shoot them, store them, and avoid them in uneducated hands.
Within minutes of sharing the post, the dad of two had gone viral. Some people had a huge issue with the parents letting a 3-year-old anywhere near a gun even for safety lessons. However, the video got overwhelming support from people celebrating Pink and Carey's choice to educate their daughter.
Love this! Education is the key for a safe tomorrow. Willow could possibly be the one to save a life. Great parenting!— truly blessed (@aadams492527) January 30, 2019
Good job we do the same in our household. My husband has taught both our daughters respect and proper ownership of any weapon. I am not a fan but respect my husbands choices and leads by the same example. Your an awesome 👏 parent— kerrie Mcquillan (@kmcquillan75) January 31, 2019
Awesome. Always best to teach APPROPRIATE GUN HANDLING AND Safety from a young age. Anyone who doesn't understand is a moron. Not knowing is what causes accidental shootings and deaths.— Lorraine Johnson (@LorraineJohnso5) January 30, 2019
Nice job, teach them the right way, or somebody else will teach them the wrong way. pic.twitter.com/H6x00N781Y— Jim (@JimfromBuffalo) January 30, 2019
Many said it's their right to chose when and how to protect their little girl. What do you think?