Pink has denied flying Israeli flags at her shows amid the Israel-Hamas war.

The So What singer took to Twitter/X on Sunday night to clarify that she has not been displaying Israeli flags during her 2023 tours.

The singer has received backlash as a result of her dancers performing with blue and white flags, the same colour as the Israeli flag, during her performances amidst the ongoing Israeli-Hamas war.

"This post will be controversial for some. At this point, breathing is controversial. I am getting many threats because people mistakenly believe I am flying Israeli flags in my show. I am not," Pink explained in the post.

"I have been using Poi flags since the beginning of this tour. These were used many, many years ago by the Maori people in New Zealand and because they and the Maori people are beautiful to me, we use them. I do not fly flags in my show in support of anything or anyone except the rainbow flag. That will remain my position."

The conflict between Israel and the Palestinian militant group began on 7 October when Hamas launched a surprise attack on Israel.

Pink concluded her post by reflecting on the atrocities in Israel and Gaza by writing, "I am human. I believe in peace. Equality. Love. I am deeply saddened by the state of the world. I pray for all of us."

The singer concluded her Summer Carnival tour in August and kicked off her Trustfall trek in Sacramento, California on 12 October.