Pink did this to shut down the trolls who attacked Jessica Simpson's parenting

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When judgments know no bound it’s time to stand firm and say it to the face. That is exactly what Pink did when Jessica Simpson was shamed for allowing her 7-year-old daughter Maxwell to dye the ends of her hair purple.

Simpson posted Maxwell’s photo on Instagram, captioned “Inspired by The Descendants #901girl #MAXIDREW” ahead of Descendants release but faced immediate backlash as comments like “Isn’t she too young to have her hair dyed?” and “So young its a shame” started pouring in.

Pink did not waste a moment to support her fellow singer-actress. She posted an Instagram picture where she is seen dying her daughter Willow’s hair blue. She captioned the picture: “I heard people were bummed on Jessica Simpson for letting her seven- year old get her hair coloured. So we thought we’d share what we did yesterday.” The 39-year-old mom of two disabled the comment section to avoid negative comments and added the hashtag “oh look ma no comments.”

Pink is not new to online trolling either, especially when it comes to her photos with her kids. Both Pink and her husband Carey Hart have been slammed for taking their children dirt-biking, letting them shoot a rifle, and most recently for letting Willow and Jameson — their daughter and son — run around a Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. The hateful comments became so frequent that Pink refused to post anything related to her kids online for some time.


Jessica Simpson and her daughter Maxwell at an event
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Recently Pink had posted a photo of her son and her daughter from their vacation where the two-year-old was not wearing his baby diapers and trolls had a lot to say. She clapped back on Instagram saying, “There’s something seriously wrong with a lot of you out there.”

Thankfully for Simpson, more and more commenters praised her choice and the official Instagram account of Descendants defended the singer, saying: “Looking good.”