Pink Reveals Her Feud With Christina Aguilera Has Ended: ‘We’ve Made Amends’

Pink and Christina Aguilera during 2001 MTV Video Music Awards - Press Room at The Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center in New York City, New York.
Pink and Christina Aguilera during 2001 MTV Video Music Awards – Press Room at The Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center in New York City, New York. Jim Spellman/WireImage

Pink took to Twitter to shut down a hater who criticized her career on Tuesday, August 15, and in the process revealed that her years-long feud with Christina Aguilera has come to an end.

Following the announcement that the three-time Grammy winner, 37, will be receiving the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award at the MTV Video Music Awards on August 27, social media users expressed mixed reaction to the news. One user in particular caught Pink’s attention by saying that the star didn’t have any “relevant” music videos aside from 2001’s “Lady Marmalade,” which featured the two pop singers as well as Mya and Lil Kim.

Pink performs during the Festival D'ete De Quebec (Quebec City Summer Festival) on the Main Stage at the Plaines D' Abraham on July 8, 2017 in Quebec City, Canada.
Pink performs during the Festival D'ete De Quebec (Quebec City Summer Festival) on the Main Stage at the Plaines D' Abraham on July 8, 2017 in Quebec City, Canada. C Flanigan/Getty Images

“Let’s celebrate @Pink‘s Vanguard Award with the only relevant video of her career,” the Twitter user wrote. “Starring as Xtina backup singer.”

Pink responded to the Twitter user, explaining that there is no bad blood between the two women. “Want to point out an awful new phenomenon of the last 10’years,” she wrote. “We can no longer be happy for each other. I Xtina, we’ve made amends….”

As previously reported, Pink and Aguilera exchanged a war of words for years over the collaboration, with Pink alleging that Aguilera was difficult to work with during the recording process.

Mya, Pink, Christina Aguilera and LiL Kim backstage before their performance at the 2001 MTV Movie Awards on Saturday June 2, 2001 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA.
Mya, Pink, Christina Aguilera and LiL Kim backstage before their performance at the 2001 MTV Movie Awards on Saturday June 2, 2001 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA. Frank Micelotta/ImageDirect/Getty Images

During an interview for her Behind the Music special on VH1 in 2009, Pink, whose real name is Alicia Moore, further explained the situation. “[Label executive] Ron Fair walked in. He didn’t say hi to any of us and said, ‘What’s the high part? What’s the most singing part? Christina’s going to take that part,’” she explained at the time. “And I stood up, and I said ‘Hi. How are you? So nice of you to introduce yourself. I’m Pink. She will not be taking that part. I think that’s what the f–king meeting’s about.'”

The singer continued on a small rant on Tuesday to explain that there is enough space in the music industry for multiple talented artists. “Music brings us all together. The best part of music is- there’s room for everyone to win at the same time. Don’t be what’s wrong w/da world,” she wrote. “Let’s be an example of inclusion and celebration. You don’t have to like me at all, I’m ok with that. Just be a decent person.”

The singer added: “And you’re f–kin rip van winkle if you’ve never seen one of my videos.”

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