Is it round three or round four of the Kim Kardashian Selfiegate?
Kardashian then published a letter expressing how tired she is of people condemning her for her actions.
Then Pink picked up the baton and ran with it in a Twitter post that appeared to be directed at Kardashian.
Soon after, Amber Rose, the ex-girlfriend of Kardashian's husband, took up for Kardashian.
Meanwhile Twitter took the liberty of inserting Ayesha Curry, wife of NBA star Stephen Curry, into the mix.
Here is how it all unfolded:
On Tuesday evening, Pink writes a Twitter post about using T & A to get attention instead of brains, etc. and gives it an International Women's Day hashtag.
Amber Rose responded on Instagram on Wednesday in support of Kardashian. The two women recently reconciled after a little spat between Rose and Kanye West, Kardashian's husband, over his sexual preferences.
Finally, Ayesha Curry, who apparently did not say or do anything related to this particular incident, starts trending on Twitter as women begin to categorize themselves as Kim, Ayesha or Amber -- or someone named Cardi B (who is apparently a reality star from Love and Hip Hop New York.)