Take That! Pink Delivers An Epic Response To An Online Troll Who Criticized Her Cute Family Picture
March 11, 2019 16:44 By Fabiosa
The couple welcomed their first child, daughter Willow, in 2011, followed by a son, Jameson, in 2016. Despite her tight touring schedule and other commitments that come with being a world-famous singer, Pink always carves out time for her family.
Much to her fans’ delight, Pink has a habit of sharing some exciting family moments on social media. She gets tons of positive comments, however, there’s always a black sheep among her followers.
What’s up this time?
Carey, Willow, and Jameson, often follow Pink when she’s on tour. In the star’s latest post on Instagram, the family is enjoying tacos for dinner.
Pink wrote in the caption:
At least twice a week on tour, we shut the door to the outside world and have family dinner. As you can see, it makes Jameson feel deep, deep joy. #lastedsevenminutes #gratitude #space#conversation #loosescrews
The picture seems innocent enough, compared to some other snaps and videos Pink and Carey have shared. However, one user took issue with the caption, implying that the singer should have kept the moment private. @megablack921 commented:
Except it’s posted on ig
Pink, who is known for her outspoken manner, responded:
yes I like to promote healthy stuff. I also like to remind people to stop being TOTAL D***** BAGS TOO. Consider this your reminder, f***o.
To which the disappointed fan replied:
and well damn, I was coming to see ya Sunday night in Nashville…still love the music
And the singer continued to stand her ground, writing:
that doesn’t change my answer. That just makes you confused.
Pink is usually very nice to her fans, but she doesn’t hold back when her and her husband’s modern (and sometimes unconventional) parenting style is criticized.
Last time, when Carey shared a picture of himself and his young son on a dirt bike, he got slammed by users who thought he put the boy in danger. As usual, Pink didn’t stay silent and defended her husband in an Instagram post, writing a passive-aggressive message to critics:
Chocolate is good for babies right? Help me Instagram, we can’t possibly parent without you.
Anyway, it’s only up to them how to raise their children, right?