Renowned pop singer Pink recently engaged in a “Twitter word war” with a fan who criticized her work, wherein she revealed that her feud with co-star Christina Aguilera has now ended, US Magazine reported. The Twitter war came after she was announced for a special award at the 2017 MTV VMAs.

US Weekly said that there are mixed reactions from the fans after the announcement. There were reportedly some fans who criticized the choice, saying that the singer did not have any relevant music videos apart from her famous hit, “Lady Marmalade.” The fans used Twitter to express what they feel about the announcement.

The “Just Give Me A Reason” singer responded to the negative comments through a series of tweets. The pop artist pointed out that there was really a feud that happened between her and Aguilera in the past ten years, but they “have made amends.”

“Music binds us together and the best part of it is, there is always room for all to win at the same time,” Pink wrote. “Let us be an example of inclusion and celebration.” She added that she did not wish her fans to like her, but wished for them to just be decent.

“And you have never even seen one of my music videos,” the pop artist added on Twitter. Meanwhile, other fans were happy about MTV’s announcement.

Pink, Aguilera make amends

People further explained the feud that previously happened between Pink and Christina Aguilera.

According to the report, the incident allegedly started back in 2009 during the recording of their collaboration for her single “Lady Marmalade.”

For several years, both singers reportedly exchanged into a Twitter word war over the partnership. People stated that Pink allegedly told the “Hurt” singer that she was difficult to work with during the recording phase.

In 2016, both artists reunited during one of the seasons of the reality singing competition “The Voice.” The multi-awarded singer served as one of the mentors for Aguilera’s team, the report indicated.

MTV VMAs special award

In an earlier report, MTV announced that the “Just Give Me A Reason” singer will receive the “Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.” It is the same award given to famous artists such as The Beatles, Guns N’ Roses, and Madonna.

Aside from receiving the honor, the pop artist will also perform live during the event. MTV will also launch her music video “What About Us.” The awarding event will be aired live at The Forum in Inglewood, California.