She was very candid about her feelings
Pink recently did an interview with the New York Times in which she opened up about her thoughts on Dr. Luke.
Pink was an avid supporter of Kesha during her ordeal with Dr. Luke, in which Kesha sued Dr. Luke while citing “mental manipulation, emotional abuse and sexual assault”.
While Pink preferred not to make any claims she wasn’t sure of, she said that whether or not Dr. Luke did the things which Kesha accused him of – “this is his karma and he earned it because he’s not a good person.”
Pink further went on to state that she has told Dr. Luke to his face that he is “not a good person” and that she chooses not to work with him.
By her point of view, he is not a good person because he is unkind and does bad business, therefore she doesn’t “feel sorry” for him – despite the major hit his career took amidst the public drama with Kesha.
His image has very likely been ruined amongst many previous fans who looked up to him, and it doesn’t seem like he is about to show any remorse for those accusations.
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If only everybody would just mind their own business
Pink isn’t just a successful Rockstar (for decades now), she’s also a devoted wife and mother of two beautiful children.
At the Ellen DeGeneres show, Pink opened up about how she feels about public breastfeeding, and especially about how people react to it.
As Pink is known to generally not give a rat’s butt what people think of her and her choices, she has the same approach when it comes to breastfeeding.
When it comes to choosing between a stressed out, hungry, screaming baby, and breastfeeding – she’ll opt for breastfeeding, wherever she is.
Moms shouldn’t feel ashamed to feed their children, and no, they shouldn’t be forced to remain in their homes during the entire breastfeeding period.
Arguing for pumping ahead of time is also unfair – it’s not easy nor convenient for everyone, and not every departure from the house is planned ahead.
Mommas everywhere – stand up for your right to feed your baby whichever way suits you!
Raising a baby is hard enough as it is – nobody needs to be shamed for their choices of convenience.
Many were surprised by the topic she chose to raise in her speech at the VMAs
Pink went on stage at the VMAs to accept the prestigious Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
Her acceptance speech was unique – as it focused on a very personal matter – a painful statement which her 6-year-old daughter made to her.
Adorable little Willow said to her mother, “I’m the ugliest girl I know” – and Pink, as could be expected from the inspiring feminist, successful artist and devoted mother, answered her with an empowering speech – which included a presentation the same day.
Since Willow continued to explain to her mother that she thinks she looks like a boy – Pink included in her presentation an array of androgynous rock stars and artists which weren’t like others in their behavior or looks to prove to her daughter that beauty does not have one form.
In fact, some of the most successful and popular artists are ones which don’t fit into the social “norms”.
Pink told the story during her VMAs speech and ended with a message to her daughter, “You my darling girl are beautiful and I love you”.