Note: If you pee pink, it will come for you. On Twitter, Pink insulted a troll on Tuesday for commenting on their "old" appearance. In response to a tweet from 102.7 KIIS-FM about the singer who shared a special moment with a young fan who sang for Pink during her trauma tour, this Twitter user replied, " Wow Pink looks so old that should be Purple instead [sic]. "
Anyone who follows the musician, be it in social media or through her career, knows Pink does not settle for disrespectful or inappropriate nonsense. Well, yes, she surprisingly took matters into her own hands and fired at the troll. She first wrote,
You must be of la. Well, there are a few people in the world who choose natural aging. And I earned every minute of my 38 years. How do you look? Because I have never heard of you until you put my name in your mouth. I will call you little violet troll.
boom. Pink has spoken. The 38-year-old did not stop here and added another answer that caught the eye ̵
I think it's a blessing to grow old. If your face has lines around your eyes and mouth, it means that you have laughed a lot. I pray that I will look older in 10 years because that means I live.
And so you respond to anyone who tears you down because of your appearance.
There is too much focus and pressure, especially about women, to stay young and look young, but why? As Pink has nicely expressed, aging is a part of life. Everyone should get older, so why not hug? And there should be no criticism if you look like you have aged. Your body and face are evidence of your life and everything you have experienced. Crow's feet, wrinkles and laugh lines? These should be considered as beauty marks and not as stains. There is nothing wrong with aging of course. There is beauty in all faces and at every age.
In addition, more people should be happy that they are still alive, as Pink points out, when there are so many others who have lost their lives far too early or are in extremely difficult times. Getting old and looking like you have aged should be the least concern of the people.
Other celebrities wholeheartedly agree with Pink and praise her for taking a stand. Reese Witherspoon tweeted: "Agreed @pink! We're to grow old and our faces and our bodies carrying us through this life, we need gratitude for every minute on this earth."
Here are a few others:
Pink is not ashamed of who she is, what she looks like or what she eats. In September 2015, the "F * ckin Perfect" singer told Food & Wine "I eat a lot [on tour] because I train four and a half hours a day: a two-hour show, plus yoga, cardio and a rig check with the She continued, "But here's the problem: I do not change my food when I get home, so everyone keeps asking me, 'What will you do after that?' And I say, 'Will you really fat and happy. "
She even joked with a Twitter user on Tuesday that when she gets old, she'll call her tour," The Wrinkles and Rolling Tour ".
In April People chose Pink as cover star of his "Beautiful Issue", formerly referred to as "World's Beautiful." As Editor-in-Chief Jess Cagle declared, "This year we call it" The Beautiful Issue "- to make it clear that the theme is not a beauty contest. Nothing has changed. As always there will be beautiful women (and a few men) of all shapes, sizes and colors, and it will celebrate the most beautiful qualities of all: strength, humanity and art. "
Pink fits absolutely in all of these categories, not only in her looks, but also in her talent, her friendliness, her openness, her acceptance and the way she raises her children, among other qualities.
She is an amazing woman inside and out who continues to teach others to love themselves, who they are – no matter what they look like, which is why Pink is so perfect.