P!nk poses backstage for the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, broadcast on May 23, 2021 at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California.

Pink is calling out Rolling Stone magazine for their article about the 25 greatest Grammy performances throughout the award show’s history. The 42-year-old pop-rocker slammed the music publication, commenting on their Instagram post, “Bahahahaha you guys have been irrelevant since 1990.”

The article noted high-profile musicians such as Foo Fighters, Dua Lipa, Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish, Alicia Keys, Adele and many more.

Pink added, “This is the magazine that used to feature people like John Lennon and Muddy Waters. Hunter S Thompson wrote political pieces. They put Tina Turner on their cover. Then they sold out and all credibility went to s–- when ‘style over substance’ and ‘revenue over authenticity’ went into play. That’s when Snooki became acceptable coverage. Give me a f–-ing break. Do your homework. You don’t have to like me or my music or anything about me- and believe me I could give a s–– but this is the biggest sellout in f–-ing history when it comes to a publication we all once trusted. F–- rolling stone. And I’ve felt that way for decades- as so many of my favorite artists and my peers have.”

“This isn’t just about their horrendous opinion of ‘rating Grammy performances’. It’s decades of wasting Trees and people’s time,” the “What About Us” singer concluded.

Pink didn’t appear on the list and has performed on the Grammy awards stage over the years, winning three Grammys in her career amid 21 nominations.

Pink's 15 Best Music Videos Ranked

  • 15. Walk Me Home

    For the dance shadow choreography alone, P!nk’s music video for “Walk Me Home” earns the number 15 spot on our list of best videos.

  • 14. Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken

    The emotional black-and-white video featuring her daughter, Willow Sage Hart, has us in our feels.

  • 13. What About Us

    P!nk involving interpretive dance in “What About Us” is the perfect culmination of acting and choreography.

  • 12. Funhouse

    From her 2008 album of the same name, “Funhouse” shows P!nk frolicking around with “evil clowns,” burning down memories and quite literally — a house.

  • 11. There You Go

    When P!nk emerged on the scene in 2000 with her bright pink hair, she showed us a powerful woman with attitude who doesn’t give a damn what anyone thinks.

  • 10. U + Ur Hand

    P!nk’s alter egos in “U + Ur Hand” can beat us up anytime, as she shows us with her boxing skills and fiery red hair.

  • 9. Most Girls

    P!nk’s fashion choices in “Most Girls” have all come back in 2021: rocking a metal crop top and baggy pants and a baby blue furry hat with matching bikini top and leather pants.

  • 8. Don't Let Me Get Me

    P!nk proclaimed that when she got to L.A. they told her, “You’ll be a pop star. All you have to change is everything you are,” but that just ain’t P!nk!

  • 7. Please Don't Leave Me

    In an attempt to stop her lover from leaving, P!nk takes things to the extreme in the music video for “Please Don’t Leave Me.”

  • 6. Stupid Girls

    In a parody of what America covets “hot girls” like Paris Hilton in the early 2000s, P!nk rejects the fake tans and fake boobs, opting for outcasts and girls with ambition.

  • 5. So What

    P!nk playfully shows us how much she hates love in the music video for “So What” — chopping down trees with names etched in on them and fighting a newlywed couple who had the unfortunate pleasure of stopping next to her on the street.

  • 4. Just Like Fire

    P!nk shows off her cirque du soleil skills, as “Just Like Fire” was featured on Disney’s 2016 Alice Through The Looking Glass soundtrack. A chess scene involving many P!nks is definitely the highlight of the music video.

  • 3. All I Know So Far

    P!nk’s music videos are practically mini movies, as “All I Know So Far” features out-of-this-world places and characters, and even a cameo by Cher!

  • 2. Beautiful Trauma

    The 1950s cinematography of “Beautiful Trauma” is what reeled us in for this music video, but the Channing Tatum playing the part of her husband got us locked in. The duo even do a gender-swap, with Tatum wearing a dress and silk gloves, while P!nk opted for a suit and tie.

  • 1. Get The Party Started

    After making it’s debut in 2001, “Get The Party Started” became a go-to party anthem, even twenty years later. The music video shows P!nk getting ready for a night of clubbing, but unfortunately for her, the car runs out of gas on the way to the club, so she and her friend steal a couple skateboards to get there — only to be refused entry. Thinking on her feet, they use a scaffold to bring them to the top of the building so they can sneak in.