Pink, 43, Says, Daughter Willow, 11, Cannot Have a Cellphone Until She Can Prove ‘Social Media is Good for You’

The pop star’s 11-year-old daughter is not allowed to have a mobile of her own until she proves social media is good for you.

Alecia Beth Moore Hart, professionally known as Pink, is a famous American singer and songwriter best known for her songs, Just Give Me a Reason, Lady Marmalade, Try, So What, What About Us, and TRUSTFALL.

During a recent interview with KTU 103.5 FM’s Carolina With Greg T In The Morning Show, the singer revealed that her daughter Willow, 11, does not have her own mobile and is the only child in her class who doesn’t have her personal cellphone.

“My kids don’t have a phone. My daughter is the only 11-year-old in her class that doesn’t have one. It’s hard. A lot of my friends have their kids on TikTok, and I don’t,” she said.

“I told [Willow], point blank, “If you can produce literature from a reputable source that tells me that social media is good for you, then you can be on it. Otherwise, good luck.’”

The Just Give Me a Reason singer also share a six-year-old son, Jameson, with her husband, Carey Hart.

Although she herself has over 9 million followers on Instagram, however, the singer believes her daughter is not ready to be exposed to social media, especially in this age when it’s full of trolls and bullies.

“She has a lot of eyes on her,” Pink said, adding that her celebrity status is the reason she doesn’t want her daughter to be on social media as her mental health is more important than everything.

The Try singer added that Willow is so good at communication that she always comes up with solid arguments.

“She could be a lawyer. She could literally pass the bar. She’s always right… She might actually find that literature, but good luck.”

She said that Willow tried to convince her by arguing how all her friends have their own phones and TikTok account.

She told her, “That doesn’t move my needle, they’re not my kids, you’re my kid.”

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  1. I totally agree. You are the parent. Not her friends or not school. Unless the parents monitors everything the child does with and on the phone, a phone is not needed.

    Now, if your child is always from you, then yes…

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