Pink slams her Instagram critics

A photo of her son sparked social media backlash for the pop singer.
3:08 | 04/02/19

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Instagram posts that got me going a little bit. First up, the first one is pretty funny, it's from James van Der Beek, posted, came across this pic today, if I'm being completely honest, I have no idea which kid this is. But reasonably sure it's mine. Can you imagine the poor kid grows up and goes, you didn't ebb know your kid? Five. A picture of his family, they all look the same. Five little blond kids. Understandable. The blonds all look alike I heard. Now, the second post -- The second post is not as silly. This one really pissed -- can I say that? I guess, you already said it. Ok, pink rekrenly posted a photo of herself with her 7-year-old daughter and the 2-year-old son. The latter, the son not wearing anything on his bottom half, the internet being the internet, apparently some people posted comments on the boy's. With black scribble covering his body and an angry message that's warranted here. There's something seriously wrong with a lot of you out there going off about my baby's penis? About circumcision? Are you for real? As any normal mother at the beach, I didn't even notice that he took off his swim diaper. I deleted the original because you're all Disgusting. And the negativity that you bring to other people's lives. Here's a picture of the pelican that we caught and abused for hours before dangling baby's pens in its face. At this point, I don't know how many ways we have to say to people online, treat people the way you want to be treated. And if you have nothing to say, nothing nice to say, shut your mouth. Look, I don't know why -- You know, that's why I really don't mess with social media. The sad part is, they're a positive part with what we do. But the problem is, I think certain forms of social media people are nicer to you because it's a different connect than there's like on Twitter. But this was Instagram. That's a little different. But people sitting at home, you're very immune that's a real person that I'm talking to. I'll post it and the person or celebrity doesn't pay attention. Obviously, she paste attention. I'm sure she saw, I had this happen. This is going to be positive because there's kid in it. Then they troll you. And I have to wonder how small you feel that you would stand on the shoulders on this negativity to lift yourself up. But I can't say this enough. If you're not proud of what you would write to your parents or a boss, go find a better hobby. Seriously. Like, it's so annoying to me. Hey. What do they call that?

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