Pink Slams Body Shamers Who Called Her Fat: "I Feel Beautiful"

Pink attended a cancer benefit on Saturday, April 11. Credit: Byron Purvis/AdMedia/Corbis

So what, she's still a rock star! After an onslaught of negativity surrounding her dress at a cancer benefit on Saturday, April 11, Pink took to Twitter to address those criticizing her body. 

"I can see that some of you are concerned about me from your comments about my weight," she began. "You're referring to the pictures of me from last night's cancer benefit that I attended to support my dear friend Dr. Maggie DiNome. She was given the Duke Award for her tireless efforts and stellar contributions to the eradication of cancer. But unfortunately, my weight seems much more important to some of you."

The "Just Give Me a Reason" singer, 35, wore a black, ankle-length gown with a deep V-neck top to the ball. 

"While I admit that that dress didn't photograph as well as it did in my kitchen, I will also admit that I felt very pretty," she continued. "In fact, I feel beautiful. So, my good and concerned peoples, please don't worry about me. I'm not worried about me. And I'm not worried about you either:)… I am perfectly fine, perfectly happy, and my healthy, voluptuous and crazy strong body is having some much deserved time off. Thanks for your concern. Love, cheesecake." 

Pink (real name: Alecia Moore) went on to post several of the nasty and humorously misspelled comments from those attacking her online, such as "@Pink fat bitch loose wait." 

She also shared some sweet photos with her husband Carey Hart and their daughter Willow

"and my hubby says 'it's just more to love baby' (and then I smack his hand off my booty cause we're in a supermarket)," she captioned a cute shot of them at the same event, adding a separate pic with her little girl, and writing, "Willow said to me the other day whilst grabbing my belly-'mama-why r u so squishy?'And I said.."b/cuz I'm happy baby."

The proud pop star also retweeted some tweets from other moms who posted shots of their own post-pregnancy bodies, which similarly embraced their curves.