in Berlin on the occasion of his european tour, Pink, real name Alecia Beth Moore, took the opportunity to take her two children Willow and Jameson at the memorial of the Holocaust. A photo from this visit posted on Instagram perfectly captures the two children running in the middle of the stelae. It was not necessary any more to unleash passions on the social network, some criticizing him for lack of respect to the victims.

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Berlin, I love you. #holocaustmemorial #panamarestaurant #cocktailclasses #history #herstory #worldtour and for all of the comments; these two children are in actuality Jewish, as am I and the entirety of my mothers family. The very person who constructed this believed in children being children, and to me this is a celebration of life after death. Please keep your hatred and judgment to yourselves.

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The reactions anticipated by the singer, to believe in the message under his post: “For all the comments ; both of these children are in fact jews, like me and the whole family of my mother. […] For me, it is a celebration of the life after death. Keep your hate and your judgment for you.” A warning that has obviously not been enough.

In fact, a multitude of messages invectivent the singer, accusing him of not respecting the victims of the Holocaust, and to dishonor their memory. Many people are however coming to the rescue of the singer in a second time, in defending his point of view.

As pointed out in People, Peter Einsenman himself, the architect of the Memorial, had said two years ago that everyone was free to visit the place on his way. “People jump on these pillars ever since. They take the sun, they picnic, and this is not serious,” he said to the BBC in 2017. An affirmation abundantly relayed by the singer and his fans.