Pink was likely referring to Peter Eisenman— the New York architect who designed the memorial in Berlin— who once claimed he doesn't find children running through the memorial to be disrespectful.
“People have been jumping around on those pillars forever," Eisenman told the BBC in 2017. "They’ve been sunbathing, they’ve been having lunch there and I think that’s fine,” he said. “It’s like a Catholic Church, it’s a meeting place, children run around, they sell trinkets. A memorial is an everyday occurrence, it is not sacred ground.”
This is the second time this week Pink has been mum-shamed on social media. The 39-year-old had some choice words for the "parenting police" after she shared a photo of her children running through the grass while the sprinklers were on.
“Here’s a picture of my child running through water. It wasn’t even filtered. What a waste of water,” she wrote, taking a subtle swipe at anyone who was planning to put her on blast. “And no helmet? I hope she had sunscreen. If she slips and falls she may be traumatized for life. And her mother wasn’t even there. I was….. gasp…. working!!!! In another country!”
She continued: "#instagramisfun #f**ktheparentingpolice #ifyoufeellikeunfollowingpleasegoddoitquickly #opinionsarelikeassholes #somanyassholes"
Pink— who's married to professional motocross competitor, Carey Hart— has put mummy-shamers on blast in recent months. In March, she posted a photo of her son interacting with a pelican without his nappie on. Although she scribbled out his nude bottom, the "What About Us" singer was so badly bullied online, she told Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that she was done posting photos of her little ones.
“People went as far as saying someone should call child services because he didn’t have a diaper on and how dare I … some of the nastiest things,” Pink recalled on the show. “I cried so hard after that because I like to share my family. It’s my proudest moment. I’m prouder of my kids than anything I’ve done in my whole life.
“I just won’t share them anymore,” she said. “I won’t do it. I’m not posting pictures of them anymore.”
She concluded: “I understand people saying, ‘You need to be more careful because you are in the public eye and you should have thought of that.’ And they’re right. But there’s a nicer way to say that."