P!NK's latest tour fight was with a New Zealand pub
The singer-songwriter took to social media to share
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P!NK's Beautiful Trauma World Tour has probably been more traumatic than she originally planned. From her whole family getting sick and having to postpone shows to stadium conflicts regarding disability seating, the singer-songwriters time down under has been paved with problems.
Now, Pink is in New Zealand and is picking fights with the local pub. Taking to Twitter to put the establishment called Deadshot on blast, she wrote, "Man I’ve been to some cool bars around the world, and Dead shot on Ponsonby road is not one of them,” she wrote.
Though Pink hasn't given up any further details on the matter, Deadshot's manager Heather Garland said the artist never even stepped foot in the bar.
“We actually didn’t see Pink at all, but we would have loved to have her in,” Garland told Stuff.co.nz. “We did have some of her crew come in a couple of nights this week. They were lovely and we had a great time with them.”
Garland continued to explain that due to spacial concerns, they couldn't host Pink's after-party. “We suggested a few of our favourite bars to try and offered to ring around and find a venue to host them, however they came anyway and we unfortunately had to turn them away,” Garland claims.“Unfortunately as we are a very small, seated service cocktail bar we just didn’t have enough space for the 30 people who showed up for an after-party. We usually only take groups of six or less.”
Do you think Pink was too quick to take to Twitter? Or has the right to voice her anger?
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