Wynonna Judd Supports Sister Ashley After Women's March Speech: 'The Media Can Kiss My Sass'
The country music star posted a message supporting her actor sibling to Twitter on Thursday (Jan. 26), sharing a photo of the two of them as children. There is a four year age difference between them.
"I love my sister, I am for my sister & I will always be there for my sister. The media can kiss my sass," Wynonna Judd wrote.
I love my sister, I am for my sister & I will always be there for my sister. The media can kiss my sass. pic.twitter.com/PYJdI5fyjW— Wynonna (@Wynonna) January 27, 2017
On Saturday, Ashley Judd read a poem called "Nasty Woman" that was written by 19-year-old Nina Donovan, criticizing President Donald Trump and gender inequalities in America. The speech received a backlash from conservatives, with some bringing their complaints to Wynonna, who has been steadfast with her patriotism.
On Monday, Wynonna Judd first responded to the negativity, saying she was not interested in condemning her sister's words and actions.
See those tweets here:
Lol, I have to say… I love how so many are telling me what I should or should not be doing about my relationship w/ my sister. Wow.— Wynonna (@Wynonna) January 24, 2017
Last time I saw my sister we hugged. And, in our family we agree to disagree and we support WHO we are. Anyone else relate?— Wynonna (@Wynonna) January 24, 2017
(1) I will not defend what doesn't need defending, (God knows my heart & my family does too), & (2)— Wynonna (@Wynonna) January 24, 2017
I am not my sister's keeper. The end.
What she does publicly is none of my business. If she asks, I will tell her what I think personally.— Wynonna (@Wynonna) January 24, 2017
There is a higher power & I am not it.
Watch Ashley Judd's full speech here: