You won’t be seeing photos of Pink‘s kids online anymore… and we don’t blame her reasoning!
The momma shared with Ellen DeGeneres on Monday she will no longer be sharing photos of her two children on Twitter and Instagram after particularly nasty comments on an IG photo earlier this month.
Related: Pink’s Kids Make Her The Cutest Homemade Grammy Award
The Just Give Me A Reason songstress detailed her decision on the talk show, which came after mommy-shamers attacked her over a photo of her kids Jameson Moon and Willow Sage, after she had taken off her son’s swim diaper:
“People went as far as saying someone should call child services because he didn’t have a diaper on and how dare I… some of the nastiest things. I cried so hard after that because I like to share my family. It’s my proudest moment. I’m prouder of my kids than anything I’ve done in my whole life. I just won’t share them anymore. I won’t do it. I’m not posting pictures of them anymore.”
Pink continued, sharing she didn’t see the candid vacation moment the same way many commenters did:
“I looked at it like, there was a pelican that flew into our room. It spent two hours with us … it was this incredible experience for my family. And I have a 2-year-old [who] doesn’t like to wear wet swim diapers and at some point, he took it off. I don’t think like that! We’re a family. We live on a farm. My kids are naked, it’s what happens!”
The three-time Grammy winner noted she understands the importance of online safety, but that many commenters should probably change their perspective and opt for kindness instead:
“I understand people saying, ‘You need to be more careful because you are in the public eye and you should of thought of that.’ And they’re right. But there’s a nicer way to say that. There’s a kind way to be online. And I’m open to kindness.”
If more people could be nicer online!!
She’s no stranger to clapping back to the Stupid Girls, though:
“Sometimes I feel like I can change their minds. I’m all about injustice. I don’t like injustice. I don’t like how brave people are anonymously. Rude, just mean… mean-spirited. So I go in. If I have time, I go in.”
For her seven-year-old daughter, this big change comes at “a good time” to give her some extra privacy:
“She’s 7 now. It’s probably time to pull her back from the world and let her live her best life.”
What do you think, Perezcious readers? Would you do the same as this momma? Share your thoughts (below) in the comments and watch the clip here!!
We’ll miss seeing your cute kidz, but totally respect your decision!!
[Image via Pink/Instagram.]