Pink is a woman who doesn't take any nonsense and this has certainly been proven in the last week!

The singer shared her very bold opinion on the Capitol riots last week and, when fans hated on her for it, she clapped back at them in the best possible way.

Read on to hear what she said...

Now, Pink is not a woman to be messed with.


Born Alecia Beth Moore in Doylestown, Pennsylvania in 1979, the forty-year-old has become one of the best known feminist music icons of our decade.

She has had an impressively long career.

The singer first rose to fame in the girl-group Choice in 1995, when she was just sixteen.

But record producers quickly saw her potential for solo stardom and they wasted no time in snatching her right up.

Pink's first solo studio album came out in the year 2000.

The album, titled Can't Take Me Home, was certified double-platinum in the U.S. It included 2 top-ten hits, "There You Go" and "Most Girls."

From then, she has gone on to achieve huge career successes.


She's sold over ninety million records worldwide, making her one of the best selling musical acts of all time.

The singer is also known for her outspoken nature.

She isn't one to sit quietly if she disagrees with something, as has been overtly critical of issues such as celebrity culture, misogyny, animal cruelty, and homophobia.

And her numerous hairstyles and outfit choices over the years have certainly outlined her bold attitude!

She first captured press attention as a result of her wild and wacky outfits, including her eponymous "pink" hair.

This incredible style was for the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards, and it remains just as iconic to this day.

She has always rocked short hair cuts...


And even though some of them were rather questionable, Pink totally owned it.

But her crazy styles have toned down a little in recent years...

And especially now that Pink is a mom to her 2 young children, Willow and Jameson Moon, she seems to have taken on a more natural look.

But Pink's bold style has clearly rubbed off onto her children.

As it would with anyone with a mom this cool.

Her 9-year-old daughter, Willow, even has a quirky haircut herself.

Pink's husband, Carey Hart, shared a photo of Willow undergoing her own hair transformation in 2019 as she got one side of her head shaved.

Carey and Pink are both known to be very supportive of their children and how they want to identify...


He captioned it: "Loving my punk rock daughter. Remember everyone, fly your own flag. There is no box to be put in. It's better to be your own self. Own it, and love it. And if anyone has a problem with it, tell them (politely) to move on. Can’t wait to see the woman you grow up to be."

Pink even spoke of her daughter's insecurities in 2017 and how she, as a mom, dealt with it.

In her MTV VMA's speech, she told the audience, "Recently, I was driving my daughter to school and she said to me, out of the blue, 'Mama?' I said, 'Yes, baby?' She said, 'I’m the ugliest girl I know.'" "'And I said, “Huh?' And she was like, 'Yeah, I look like a boy with long hair.' And my brain went to, 'Oh my god, you’re 6. Why? Where is this coming from? Who said this? Can I kick a 6-year-old’s a**, like what?"

She wanted to teach Willow a valuable lesson.

"I didn’t say anything. Instead, I went home and I made a Powerpoint presentation for her. And in that presentation were androgynous rockstars and artists that live their truth, are probably made fun of every day of their life, and carry on, wave their flag and inspire the rest of us," she said. "And these are artists like Michael Jackson and David Bowie and Freddie Mercury and Annie Lennox and Prince and Janis Joplin and George Michael, Elton John, so many artists — her eyes glazed over."

She explained to her daughter that everyone is beautiful in their own way...

"But then I said, 'You know, I really want to know why you feel this way about yourself.' And she said, 'Well I look like a boy,' and I said, 'Well what do you think I look like?' And she said, 'Well you’re beautiful.' "And I was like, Well, thanks! But when people make fun of me, that’s what they use. They say I look like a boy or I’m too masculine or I have too many opinions, my body is too strong."

She is clearly an amazing mom...

But being an incredible mom hasn't at all toned down her no-nonsense and outgoing attitude.

And this has certainly been proven following the horrific events that took place at the U.S Capitol building last week.

The star retweeted several articles about the violence caused by the pro-Trump rioters and posted several times decrying their actions and the way in which President Donald Trump fuelled the situation.

It has since been confirmed that 5 people died in the riots...


And although action is currently being taken against those who took part in the violence, the entire world was left horrified over what they were seeing take place in such a prestigious and meaningful building.

Just like millions of other people around the world, Pink was clearly furious with what she was seeing unfold in the Capitol...

And it's clear the singer couldn't care less about who she could be offending on Twitter.

Many people rallied behind her and agreed with what she had to say about Trump and his supporters...

But typically, not everyone agreed.

However, Pink also received a lot of hate and negativity from her followers over her colorful tweets...

And she was even branded as a "bad example" for her own children. Yikes.

But in typical Pink fashion...


She decided to call out the haters in a very crude manner.

The singer started by responding to the haters on Friday evening last week.

In her first tweet, she wrote:

"I do have a platform. I use it for good. And I will never sit down and shut up because my a** kicking Air Force veteran badass superhero of a father taught this little badass that her voice matters. I've checked all my career boxes, and I've been standing up to bullies all my life."

And to add the cherry on top of the cake...

She finished with this:

"So, kindly, kiss my entire ass. (With love and light of course)."

Never change, Pink!


What do you think? Do you agree with what the singer said about the riots, or do you think she was totally out of line?