There’s a shady Facebook thing going around involving @Pink — you probably shouldn’t click it

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But we’re not quite sure if it is real because it appears that based on the live that it is indeed Pink on the live — or so we think. A Facebook appeared today that was registered literally hours ago with Pink ‘s name; photo, and a live that appeared to suggest it was indeed her on the live answering fan questions.

The problem is that the live leads to a message thread asking users to share the live to 10 Facebook groups. Upon doing so — a use is greeted with what you see below. Historically, online activities that lead to sites like these usually are scams and users in no way should enter their credit card information or anything. We did a quick scan of Pink ‘s official Twitter and Facebook and found no mention of the Facebook page or the apparent giveaway.

We’re going to reach out to Pink ‘s people for clarification although we’re pretty sure this is a scam. We happened to notice it this morning on Facebook scrolling the morning timeline.

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*If Pink happens to confirm this is real we will update this page.

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