Pink never has time for haters on social media.
Jessica Simpson received some serious mom shaming on social media for helping her daughter dye the ends of her hair.
The look, she says, was inspired by The Descendants. If you’re unfamiliar, The Descendants is a popular Disney franchise that follows the descendants of infamous Disney heroes and villains.
People were merciless, saying the girl was “too young” for hair dye.
anyone really, but especially that young shouldn’t have colored hair
— thomas steriti (@thomas_steriti) August 3, 2019
@Pink & @JessicaSimpson have every legal right to dye kids hair but we also have a right to proclaim how idiotic they are & even shame them. Bad parenting? Probably. Celebrities can be stupid, but when they negatively influence kids they are bad role models #Pink #JessicaSimpson
— Susan Stevens (@SueMNGal) August 2, 2019
But Pink swiftly came to Jessica Simpson’s defense.
“I heard people were bummed on Jessica Simpson for letting her seven year old get her hair colored,” she posted.
Bette Midler and Perez Hilton followed suit.
#JessicaSimpson is being mom-shamed for letting her 7 year-old daughter color the ends of her hair. Well, I mom shame all the mom shamers for staring down at pics of Jessica’s kid on their phones instead looking up at their own offspring 24/7.
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) August 2, 2019
— Perez (@ThePerezHilton) August 2, 2019
People responded by sharing pictures of their children with colored hair to stand with Pink and Jessica.
Turns out letting your child pick a color for the summer is a popular reward.
She's 4. This summer she has been red purple and blue pic.twitter.com/1GtTjSqFPX
— Ashley (@ADOsredkar) August 2, 2019
My son is 5, he rocked purple and blue. pic.twitter.com/YCn14X2F1n
— SheDevil (@Sh3D3vil1) August 2, 2019
My daughter is 6 and has been begging to get her hair dye pink for month! She’s is love, it’s hair people, literally Not the end of the world pic.twitter.com/ShX3ns6Dcr
— Jessica m (@JMamabear2013) August 2, 2019
Colors since she was little, she’s now 16 and has had every color of the rainbow. 🌈💕 pic.twitter.com/5F8kcbgV1Y
— Lisa (@lisakate8) August 2, 2019
— Pickle.you.cumquat (@PCumquat) August 2, 2019
Love your daughter's hair! My daughter's been coloring her hair since middle school. pic.twitter.com/5RkdDCSaww
— Braying Boozehound Jeanine Pirro (@porter_debby) August 3, 2019
My straight A student went blue this summer!! pic.twitter.com/jhAQt8hBcD
— Cherrison_Manor (@Cherrison_Manor) August 3, 2019
My daughter gets to pick a color every summer, she’s in a uniform all year and she loves getting to let loose and express herself. Anyone judging can kindly GFTO. pic.twitter.com/yyjZx2IX1B
— Emily (@Valentine213) August 2, 2019
Same here. My boys can pick a color for the summer. It’s fun and they love it. Just the other night… pic.twitter.com/TIrV2NKqBs
— Sabrina Glaze (@beanieg3) August 2, 2019
Colored hair forever!!! My son loves choosing a new color every summer! Red was his most current choice! pic.twitter.com/IVWFkMu7R4
— Hex Maniac Karina ✨🖤 (@HexManiacKarina) August 2, 2019
Hair color is my FAVORITE way to Express the joy in my heart.
I would have loved if my parents had supported that when I was younger. Instead they put damaging perm solution in my hair. pic.twitter.com/Py2TN392Wm
— FGvW is out of Forks & Spoons. (@FatGirlvsWorld) August 2, 2019
My "little mermaid"! pic.twitter.com/36443vhIMM
— Tiffany Ratcliff Lay (@tifratlay) August 1, 2019
Which Pink absolutely loved.
So many of you sent me photos of your GORGEOUS kiddos with awesome colored and styled hair. I would repost but I don’t want them to get any shade for their fabulousness. Most important? All these kids look SO HAPPY 😄 #allthatmatters
— P!nk (@Pink) August 3, 2019
Rainbow hair for my girl!!! pic.twitter.com/CfLG0HiaG1
— Stephanie Huss (@StephanieHuss1) August 4, 2019
— Justine Pursell ⚓️🦋 (@JustCreatePeace) August 3, 2019
— Tracy (@twatutalkinbout) August 4, 2019
It’s unclear why people were so upset about Jessica Simpson dying her daughter’s hair. But the message rings loud and clear: Live and let live.