Social media users have eviscerated pop star Pink for demanding pro-lifers boycott her music in response to the US Supreme Court ruling to overturn Roe vs. Wade. “I accept your terms,” replied the rapper who made the hit “Let’s Go Brandon” song.
Let’s be clear: if you believe the government belongs in a woman’s uterus, a gay persons business or marriage, or that racism is okay- THEN PLEASE IN THE NAME OF YOUR LORD NEVER FUCKING LISTEN TO MY MUSIC AGAIN. AND ALSO FUCK RIGHT OFF. We good?
— P!nk (@Pink) June 25, 2022
Pop singer Pink, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, sent out an angry, profanity-infused tweet over the weekend.
“Let’s be clear: if you believe the government belongs in a woman’s uterus, a gay persons business or marriage, or that racism is okay,” Pink wrote on Twitter, before continuing, in all caps, “Then please in the name of your lord never f******listen to my music again.”
The “Blow Me” singer’s request was quickly met with mockery from social media users, who said it wasn’t as relevant as she thought.
One user, Lauren Spicer, responded “Honey girl the only hit you ever had was off the back of Patti LaBelle on that hoochie ass remix of ‘Lady Marmalade’. The rest of your songs are some sad sacks of bubblegum pop that no one listens to other than Tayler Swift.”
“I accept your terms,” reacted rapper Bryson Gray, whose “Let’s Go Brandon” song mocking President Joe Biden soared to #1 on the iTunes Charts in October.
All this mockery from twitter users led Pink to continue her rage and post several more tweets addressing her irrelevancy:
“If you’re replying to my tweet whilst telling me how irrelevant I am….. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm”
She continued, “And to all of you sad, old white men asking me if I still make music. I realize you’re out of touch- so ask your kids…. Oh wait- you can’t. They hate you.”
On Friday, the Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade, holding in the Dobbs cases that the Constitution does not include the right to abortion and refer the issue of abortion laws and regulations to the state legislatures.
The court’s conservative majority rejected the previously “found” right to an abortion in the text of the U.S. Constitution, sending the decision if babies can be killed in the womb back to the states, as required by the 10th amendment.
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
The life-saving decision caused a collective meltdown among celebrities, sparking messy tirades on social media.
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