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Pink Clapped Back After Posting A Photo Of Her Kids Running In The Holocaust Memorial

Pink has had to defend her parenting choices time and time again — and today is no different!

After she posted a photo of her children running through the Holocaust Memorial in Germany, fans were quick to criticize.

Pink recently posted a photo of her children running through the Holocaust Memorial in Germany, on Instagram and fans are not impressed.

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Pink gets a lot of hate from trolls every time she posts photos of her children, so naturally, they were quick to criticize this one.

Back in April, Pink announced she would no longer be posting photos of her kids on social media.

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Trolls dragged her after she posted a photo of her son at the beach, no wearing a diaper, and that was the straw that broke the camel's back.

In an interview on "The Ellen Show", she explained her decision.

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"I cried so hard after that because I like to share my family. It's my proudest achievement in my whole life," she said.

This was the photo in question.

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Most people just saw an adorable photo of Pink and her two kids feeding a bird, but some people felt it was extremely inappropriate, and even had some criticisms of her son's body.

After the haters stormed her comment section, she shut them down.

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She pointed out that their reactions to her boy's body, and her choices about his body were completely uncalled for and inappropriate. Pink also noted that she's only human, and only a mother — these things happen.

"There’s something seriously wrong with a lot of you out there," she wrote.

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"Going off about my baby’s penis? About circumcision??? Are you for real? As any normal mother at the beach, I didn’t even notice he took off his swim diaper," she said on Instagram.

"I deleted it because you're all [expletive] disgusting," she said.

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"And now I’m turning off my comments and shaking my head at the state of social media and keyboard warriors, and the negativity that you bring to other people’s lives," she wrote.

"I'm prouder of my kids than anything I've ever done."

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"And I won't share them anymore. I'm not posting pictures of them anymore," she concluded.

But against her better judgment, she has started posting photos of her family again on Instagram.

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But only photos that don't actually show anyone's faces — just to be safe.

Most recently she posted this photo:

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Obviously, any Holocaust Memorial is probably not the optimal spot for children to be running around — and fans made sure to call Pink out on that, calling her "disrespectful".

"Τhis place is not definitely a hide and seek place, dear Pink," one person commented.

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"A memorial for dead people is not the place to have fun. Maybe leave the kids behind next time," wrote another.

After realizing all the backlash she was getting for the photo, she took to Instagram to remind the haters that her family is, in fact, Jewish.

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"For all of the comments; these two children are in actuality Jewish, as am I, and the entirety of my mothers family," she wrote.

"The very person who constructed this believed in children being children," she continued.

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"And to me this is a celebration of life after death. Please keep your hatred and judgment to yourselves."

She referenced the Holocaust Memoria architect, Peter Eisenman.

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Reports from 2005 indicated that when the Holocaust Memorial opened, Peter said he could "imagine it as a place where children play between the pillars or picnic on the fringes" and that he "wouldn't mind seeing skateboarders, children playing hide and seek".

Many fans defended pink — leaving comments to challenge the haters.

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"I have a legit question for the parent police. Why? Just why? Why do you have to wreck every single good and beautiful thing on this page?" someone commented. "Crawl back into your millennial perfect mommy holes and just shut the hell up."

"Omg, The haters are back. Just let her kids explore that place in their natural way. This is what it’s for!," another fan chimed in.

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"Thank you for visiting the Holocaust Memorial and for bringing your children there," someone else commented.

This person pointed out that there's a possibility Pink's children weren't playing at all.

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"Dear lord people get some perspective. Do you really think that every memorial must be approached while wearing black and sobbing? She took her kids to a memorial. Children can’t fully contextualize the magnitude of this particular memorial."

"They are kids. She took them to a memorial. I doubt they are being told every atrocity that took place in the camps, because at their age I wouldn’t think it would be very appropriate," the fan continued.

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"Get off your high horses and chill the [expletive] out with the internet policing. Most of you don’t even have kids and don’t have a clue about the balancing act that parenting is."

"I’m Jewish, and I promise you the people who have a problem with this aren’t and don’t know what they’re talking about," someone wrote.

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Do you think Pink posting a photo of her children running in the Holocaust Memorial was disrespectful?

Let us know!

Of course, Pink isn't the only celebrity out there getting mom-shamed.

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Chrissy Teigen also gets criticized for pretty much every choice she's ever made related to her pregnancy or her kids. Look at this savage response she had to someone who criticized her for using in vitro fertilization.

Just like Pink, fans always find something to critique Chrissy for.

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Like this commenter, who said Miles didn't look happy with the sun in his eyes. Probably they were only in the sun briefly, you know, to take a picture, but Chrissy's reply was hilarious.

Jessica Simpson received a lot of comments about the way her daughter Birdie was positioned in this photo.

Jessica received tons of comments telling her that pediatricians recommends babies sleep on their back until they're old enough to roll over on their own.

Jessica poked a bit of fun at the haters in her next post of Birdie.

The caption was simply "I like to pose on my belly, but I love to sleep on my back."

You've really got to have a sense of humor when you're being mom-shamed!