Pink Shuts Down Haters While Revealing She's Crushed Long-Running Beef with Christina Aguilera

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Pink arrives at the premiere of Alice Through the Looking Glass at the El Capitan Theatre on May 23, 2016 in Los Angeles. 

Perhaps they just had a momentary lapse of reason, but a Christina Aguilera fan learned anew on Tuesday night (Aug. 15) that P!nk is not a woman to be trifled with or dragged.

The singer shut down the hater who suggested that the "What About Us" star wasn't worthy of the MTV Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award that was announced on Monday. The tweet claimed that the only one of P!nk's dozens of videos that was praiseworthy was her 2001 Moulin Rogue clip for a cover of "Lady Marmalade" featuring herself Aguilera, Lil Kim and Mya.

P!nk wasn't having it, hitting back with a tweet about an awful trend she's noticed emerging over the past decade: "we can no longer be happy for each other." She added some super-relevant news in the tweet as well by revealing that she loves Christina and that they have "made amends." 

Though the duo collaborated on the hit cover of the LaBelle track, they reportedly feuded over who would sing which parts on the song. In a 2009 episode of VH1's Behind the Music, P!nk described the source of the beef, saying she was upset when a label exec announced that Aguilera would be singing the song's choice verse at a meeting called to discuss the apportioning of parts. 

"I stood up and I said ... 'She will not be taking that part. I think that's what the f--king meeting is about,'" she recalled in the BTM episode. “I just became the a--hole. And it was a role that I figured that I was gonna play a lot in this industry.”

But, they seemingly made up a while back, as P!nk served as an advisor on the 10th season of The Voice in 2016, where Aguilera was one of the coaches. She told Entertainment Weekly at the time, "her and I have had history and it hasn't always been wonderful. I think it just took 15 years and I feel like there was true love and it felt really good."

Okay, that wasn't it, though. The singer went on a tweet run that made it very clear that, as her new single and video state, hate and division are not the answer. 

And in case you already forgot, when yet another troll tried to bait her into feeling silly for retweeting the original hater, P!nk shut that one down, too.