Pink says, on Twitter, that the beef with Christina Aguilera is over for good. The two singers had an ongoing conflict for 15 years.

On Thursday, Pink replied to a Twitter user who brought up her old beef with Christina Aguilera that they have since patched things up.

“Let’s celebrate @Pink’s Vanguard Award with the only relevant video of her career, starring as Xtina backup singer”, was the tweet that made Pink react. The 37-year-old wrote back: “Want to point out an awful new phenomenon of the last 10’years. We can no longer be happy for each other. I ❤️Xtina, we’ve made amends….”


The singer then continued with a series of tweets saying that there is room for everybody in the music industry. “Let’s be an example of inclusion and celebration. You don’t have to like me at all, I’m ok with that. Just be a decent person”, she added.


Pink’s beef with Christina Aguilera started back in 2001, when the two joined forces with two other big names in the industry, Lil’ Kim and Mya, to release Lady Marmalade. The song won the MTV Video Music Award for the Video of the Year (2001), the MTV Video Music Award for Best Video from a Film (2001) and a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals (2002).

Pink in Lady Marmalade



Christina in Lady Marmalade


In 2009, during a VH1 Behind the Music interview, Pink revealed why she was pissed at Aguilera. During a meeting, Aguilera showed up with label executive Ron Fair, who didn’t say hello to anybody and demanded that his artist sang the best part. Pink reacted: “Hi, so nice of you to introduce yourself, I’m Pink. She will not be taking that part. I think that’s what the f**king meeting is about.”

From that moment, she “became the a**hole”.

Pink’s beef with Aguilera went to a different level when her mentor and Family Portrait producer Linda Perry started writing songs for Christina as well. “I took it really personally when she started working with other artists; particularly artists that I didn’t like.”


But in May of this year, Pink revealed that she and Christina have worked things out and they are in a good place now. “I think it just took us 15 years and I feel like there was true love and it felt really good”, said the singer at the premiere of Alice Through the Looking Glass at the El Capitan Theatre, in Hollywood. “I love when you’re around long enough to have a full circle moment and that was a full circle moment for me because in all honesty, I’m a fan of hers”, she added.