Pink was left irritated by a concertgoer at a recent show who brandished a sign protesting circumcision in the middle of her set.
The So What hitmaker, 44, performed in San Antonio on Monday as part of her Summer Carnival tour.
But during an acoustic segment of her show, she was interrupted when her attention was drawn to a man in the crowd holding a sign reading ‘Circumcision: cruel and harmful.’
‘What does that say? Oh, you’re making a whole point right now, aren’t you? Do you feel good about yourself?’ the singer said to the man in footage posted to social media.
‘You spent all this money to come here and do that? I’m gonna have to buy a Birkin bag with that type of money … get that s*** out of here,’ she continued as he rotated the sign to show other attendees.
‘He wants all of you to read it – he came here tonight to talk about circumcision,’ Pink continued as the crowd booed.
She then asked security guards to escort the man from the venue, saying she ‘felt bad’ that he ‘wasted his time tonight.’
The singer shared two children with husband Carey Hart, 48, including daughter Willow, 12, and son Jameson, six.
Previously, Pink was involved in a controversy in 2019 on social media over her decision to have her son circumcised, a procedure which involves the foreskin being surgically removed, exposing the end of the penis.
She took to Instagram to vent about the ‘disgusting remarks’ she had received after sharing a photo of her son nude at the beach.
‘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 he took off his swim diaper.’
She went on to say she deleted the post because of the ‘f*****g disgusting’ backlash she received.
‘I’m turning off my comments and shaking my head at the state of social media and keyboard warriors, and the negativity that you bring to other people’s lives. There is something seriously wrong with a lot of you out there. Smfh,’ she continued.
After the controversy, Pink shared that she no longer felt comfortable posting her children online.
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