Well, she basically slammed it, just not in its entirety!
Taking to her private Instagram on Sunday, the 35-year-old reportedly wrote:
So early Friday, Pink finally apologized.
She took to Twitter to write:
Oh no! This is so sad!
The world's tallest dog, according to the 2013 version of the Guinness World Records, has passed away on September 3rd — and it appears the world lost not only a giant dog, but a gentle giant dog!
The dog was a Great Dane named Zeus, who was 44 inches tall and was about 7-foot-4 when he stood on his hind legs. He was five-years-old and was VERY close to his sixth birthday.
The dog's owner Kevin Doorlag, who is from Otsego, Michigan, recently talked about the dog whom he got when he was just a pup, and said:
Aww! Poor puppy!
But at least he's OK now!
A 3-year-old Great Dane had to be rushed to an emergency Animal Hospital in Portland because he was sick like the dog that he is, and he couldn't throw up no matter how hard he tried!
Well, his owners were in for a BIG surprise after X-rays showed "a large quantity of foreign material" and the hospital's vet Dr. Ashley Magee immediately brought the doggy into surgery.
We get it, Kendall Jenner. You have an adorable puppy! Stop rubbing our noses in it!
Actually, keep it coming! We can barely get enough of this cutie pie!
In case you weren't aware, the young reality starlet is absolutely head over heels when it comes to her Great Dane, and she shares pics of her on a regular basis!
Kendall once again gave us our daily dosage of "Awww!" as she posted a photo to Twitter and wrote:
Giant George was at one time the world's tallest dog.
Sadly, the gentle giant passed away last Thursday.
The Great Dane measured 3'7" from shoulder to paw and was officially named world's tallest dog by Guinness World Records back in 2010.
His owners posted on Facebook:
Whoa! That's one seriously huge puppy!
Kendall Jenner was spotted shopping around El Lay carrying her new Great Dane puppy in her arms.
We understand that he's super cute and super small so who wouldn't want to carry him?
The problem is… Great Danes tend to grow pretty freakin' HUGE!
What happens once he's 150-pounds!!
He'll be like a horse! Jumping onto your lap!!
Broken pelvis anyone??
Maybe it's time to teach that pup to walk, hmm?
Check out some more pics (below) of Kendall and her soon to be huge pup!
[Image via BauerGriffinOnline.]
Ha! That is so funny!!
Cats are usually so stealthy and sneaky, they can prance around the house without anyone knowing they're there.
How many people have woken up to their cat suddenly sitting on their chest, staring menacingly into their eyes??
Cats are sneaky as hell!! Though not all cats…
This pretty kitty tried to sneak past a HUGE great dane doggy who was sleeping in a doorway.
He moves super slowly towards the dog, inching forwards at a snail's pace.
But it wasn't slow enough! The doggy wakes up and eats the cat in one bite!!
JK! No one gets eaten! Or do they…
Guess you'll just have to watch the video (above) and find out!!