If there’s one celebrity who isn’t backward in coming forward - it’s Pink.
The much-loved singer has a long history of calling out trolls on social media, refusing to take their harsh words lying down.
Well now the mum-of-two has delivered her most memorable response to date to a ‘confused’ fan after she posted a photo of herself with husband Carey, daughter Willow and son Jameson enjoying a family dinner together.
With the snap that showed a frowning Jameson, she wrote: At least twice a week on tour, we shut the door to the outside world and have family dinner. As you can see, it makes Jameson feel deep, deep joy.’
But one follower questioned why Pink had put the family moment on social media, commenting: ‘Except it’s posted on IG.’
Pink clearly wasn’t going to tolerate any negativity towards her family, firing back: 'Yes, I like to promote healthy stuff.
'I also like to remind people to stop being TOTAL DOUCHE BAGS TOO. Consider this your reminder.’
Clearly caught off guard by one of the world’s biggest stars noticing her message, the commenter attempted to diffuse the situation: ‘and well damn, I was coming to see ya Sunday night in Nashville.. still love the music.'
Not having any of it, Pink replied: 'That doesn't change my answer. That just makes you confused.'
Ouch! Pink’s tough stand resulted in many of her 5.6million Instagram followers showing their support.
Said one: ‘You freaking rock Pink dont ever change, I love the way you live & love your family, you just have to worry about the 3 people under your roof screw the rest of the world.’
Added another: ‘Pink you rock. Love how you keep it real and don't let people push you around. You have such a beautiful family! Hope to see you in concert one day!’
Pink has revealed how hard it is to tour with her two children - aged seven and two - but admits she wouldn’t have it any other way.
'Going on tour with children is really tricky,’ she said. ‘It's exhausting. It's the hardest thing I've ever done but I'm very, very fortunate that I get to bring my kids with me and that I kind of get to integrate them into my life.'