Pink's husband Carey Hart has had enough of looters and posted a warning on Instagram.
Hart, a former motocross star, shared a black-and-white photo of a group of masked men with guns known as the P.D.C. Posse.
"It’s unfortunate that some people take advantage of others in a crisis. While the malibu fires have been burning, some locals have been fighting off and defending their property against the fires."
He explained that several homes have been looted and warned the thieves rather stay away from Malibu and think twice.
Hart added the hashtags "Defend your land," and "The 2nd amendment." The post soon went viral and received more than 37,000 in a few hours alone.
Pink and Hart's $110 million home survived the blaze, but many other A-listers in the neighborhood was not so lucky.
Miley Cyrus's home was burnt to the ground, but despite that, the singer and actress are grateful for everything she has.
Her dogs are her children, and she's glad that she got them out safely. Everything else is just material possessions, she said.
Miley also encouraged her followers on social media to support the firefighters and volunteer groups in any way they can. No donation is too small.
Gerard Butler was another singer who lost everything. He recorded a video clip of his burnt down home and shared it with his fans on Instagram.
The damages are said to be in the millions so Pink, and Hart can be grateful that their home is still standing and that one got injured.
In other news, Pink performed a duet with her daughter, the 7-year-old Willow Sage Hart. The pair performed "A Million Dreams."
Pink said in an interview that her daughter is a "fireball" who is pitch-perfect, loud, free and wold. She added:
"I just love watching the world through her eyes. She's completely unjaded, unstained. She's just amazing."