The hashtag said on Twitter, “due to recent events,” it “decided to end [its] Working relationship with artists”.
Pink-real name Ariel Marcus Rosenberg-came under fire earlier this week after reports that he had appeared at a pro-Trump rally on the White House lawn on Wednesday (January 6) and was a mob shortly afterwards. Some were armed and stormed into the U.S. Capitol.
Responding to criticism from fans on Twitter, Pinker confirmed that he had attended the rally, but disputed that he was part of the mob that swept the Capitol.
The 42-year-old wrote: “I expressed my support for the president in a peaceful manner in the District of Columbia. I attended a rally on the lawn of the White House and went back to the hotel to take a nap. The case is closed.”
He added: “I have never advocated violent confrontation or riots. It must be my baby boomer.”
In the past week, the artist-who once said, “Trump and his team are the geniuses of our time”-also shared his support for Trump’s claim for debunking election fraud, which is very Clearly, he accepted that President-elect Biden won the election.
Pink’s latest album was released in Mexico Summer, Dedicated to Bobby Jameson, Released in 2018, and will release Pink’s upcoming music later this month (January 29).
The Los Angeles-born musician is famous for his first single “Round and Round”, which was named number one by the “2010” record cross.
independent A representative of Pink and “Summer of Mexico” have been contacted for comment.