This occurred on Wednesday, when Pink confronted a Twitter troll who had the nerve to criticize her looks and age. And I've earned every f-ing minute of my 38 years. This isn't the first time that the mother of two has tackled unfair beauty standards in Tinseltown.
The What About Us singer then asked the user, whose profile picture displayed a red cartoon fish: "How you lookin though?"
Pink (38) chose to hit back and brand the social media user her "little purple troll" and tell her 33.1 million followers that she intends to grow old gracefully. "Trigger I by no means heard of ya til you place my identify in your mouth". "I shall call you little purple troll", she added.
"I am of the mindset that it's a blessing to grow old", she insisted.
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"Can't wait to see you when you're 80", another Twitter user said. "I pray I look older in 10 years, cause that will mean I'm alive". "And if you're still doing aerial stunts, all the better".
The reply seemed to tickle the Grammy Award victor, who replied to the lucky fan.
"You know I will!" "Thank you for your unfiltered honesty, Pink".
As Victoria began to sing, Pink was visibly moved by the performance and encouraged fans to cheer her on.
"When touring stops working for the kids, if they decide they just want to be home and have a normal life", she told Redbook, "whatever that means, I'll stop because they are by far the priority". I'll call it "the wrinkles and rolls tour",' she wrote for the benefit of her 33.1million followers.