Pink Turns off Comments on New Family Photo with Her Topless

Gracious Egedegbe
Jul 23, 2019
12:53 A.M.
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There are times when netizens seem to exist just to mom-shame celebrities. Award-winning singer Pink, however, knows how to prepare for such hateful criticism.

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Just a day ago, the famous singer took to Instagram to share a picture of herself and her husband, Carey Hart. The pair are pictured topless enjoying a swim outdoors alongside their daughter.

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Pink simply wrote in her caption, and no one can argue otherwise:

“We still got it”

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While the shot made for a rather scenic sight with the gorgeous background and beautiful sea, it is expected that it would spark controversy since Willow was present.

The picture would sure get tongues wagging seeing as the couple sat in shallow water and while it looks like Hart might have had black bottoms on, it is noticeable that Pink had only tiny bikini bottoms on.

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The “Just Give Me a Reason” crooner is never one to shy away from sharing photos capturing cherished moments with her family. One thing she, however, can't seem to stand is the rather distasteful criticism from fans. Already quite experienced when it comes to trolls, the beautiful star disallowed comments on her Instagram posts.

From the looks of things, it was the perfect option for the singer as the picture has already amassed nearly 600,000 likes, including from fellow celebrities like herself.

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Pink’s choice to keep things mute this way comes soon after fans openly bashed her for letting her children run about a Holocaust memorial space in Berlin. Pink, who is Jewish, made an epic backlash at the nearly unbelievable comments. 

"For all of the comments; these two children are in actuality Jewish, as am I and the entirety of my mother's family. The very person who constructed this believed in children being children, and to me, this is a celebration of life after death. Please keep your hatred and judgment to yourselves."

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While her enraged response may have shut down the bad talk, the singer decided it wouldn't happen again and thus her decision to scrap the comments section.

The award-winning singer is a mother of two juggling her music career and being a family woman. She mainly takes pride in the latter and is quite vocal when it comes to talking about her parenting methods.

One thing she can never seem to entertain is the hateful response, and turning off her comments appears to be the most drastic comeback she has made so far. However, seeing that it turned out just like she’d pictured, it seems to be the right choice.

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