Popular musical artist gets back at body-shaming critics on Twitter
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The Billboard-hits singer Alecia Moore, popularly known as Pink, who came up with huge pop hits "Get This Party Started" and "Just Give Me a Reason," posted recently in her Twitter account that she feels beautiful in her voluptuous body, which she refers to as "healthy, crazy, and strong," and admitted to currently having a time off
span style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">MUNTINLUPA, PHILIPPINES (Catholic Online) - A lot of people have began posting negative remarks about Pink's weight, after photos of her attending a cancer charity event have spread in social media.
She noted that while her friend, Dr. Maggie DiNome should be the one to have the spotlight since the doctor is exerting efforts to put an end to cancer, most people have focused their attention to Pink's weight and figure.
According to Pink, she feels very pretty and admits that the black gown she wore during the cancer charity event didn't photograph well, and advises all the people who are concerned with her to not worry about her health or her figure since she is perfectly fine, healthy, happy, and beautiful.
Carey Hart, Pink's husband, jokes that with Pink, he has "more to love." Pink confesses that she had a conversation with her daughter Willow, who teased her about her tummy describing it as "squishy." Pink, in turn, responds with humor and tells her daughter that she is just happy.
Pink is known for her being athletic, showing off death-defying stunts when performing on concerts. A lot of people remember how gorgeous she was during her acrobatic stunt on the 2010 Grammys.
In her music videos, you see her as the strong, will-powered woman displaying so much strength. It seems like in real life, she is truly made of titanium.
Pink is now 35 years old, and has gained weight due to her last pregnancy, but she proves to everyone that she won't take the criticisms sitting down by posting her very lengthy response online. Despite the bad comments Pink is receiving from a number of web trolls, she is defended with a huge number of fans admiring her and supporting her all the way.
Aside from Pink, there are a lot of other artists who have been body shamed by people online, namely, Kelly Clarkson, and Iggy Azalea, who both have decided to delete their Twitter accounts. Celebrity body shaming, unfortunately, seems to be a trending topic on Twitter lately.
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