Pink kicked a concertgoer out of her San Antonio show on Monday after they tried to protest circumcision at her concert.
The American singer, 44, was seated on stage during an acoustic session when the man made his way to the front of the crowd to hold up a sign on his phone, which read, “circumcision: cruel and harmful”.
The So What hitmaker read the sign and told him to “get that s–t out of here.'”
Watch the video above.
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“What does that say?” she began.
“Oh, you’re making a whole point right now, aren’t you? Do you feel good about yourself?”
“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–t out of here.”
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She added: ”He wants all of you to read it. He came here tonight to talk about circumcision. I feel bad. I feel bad that he wasted his time tonight.”
Pink announced a month ago that Tones and I will be joining the pop star for her tour Down Under next year.
The Aria award-winning singer, best known for her worldwide hit Dance Monkey, will tag along for the Australian leg of Pink’s Summer Carnival tour next February and March.
But that wasn’t the only exciting announcement that the Try singer had up her sleeve.
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Pink revealed that she will be adding not one but two extra shows to her Aussie line-up for those who missed out on the first set of concert dates that went on sale earlier this year.
“Hey Australia! I’m adding TWO MORE SHOWS to my 2024 #SummerCarnivalTour! And guess what else?! @tonesandi will join me for the entire tour 🤩🙌🏼” the singer wrote in an Instagram announcement.
The new shows are a fourth Melbourne date at Marvel Stadium on March 13 and a show in Townsville at Queensland Country bank Stadium on March 23.
The Townsville show will now be the Funhouse singer’s final performance Down Under for her tour after a previous performance on March 19 in Brisbane.
Can’t wait to see your pretty faces sooooon,” the pop singer wrote on her Instagram post.