- 11 Jan 21
Filmmaker Alex Lee Moyer posted a photo of Pink from Washington, D.C. On January 7th, Pink tweeted: 'vote for trump'.
Record label Mexican Summer have dropped Ariel Pink from their roster. The label released his most recent album, and had been reissuing his old works, but tweeted out that they were ending their "working relationship" with the musician on January 8th.
The label was set to issue re-releases of Odditties Sodomies Vol. 1, Sit n’ Spin, Odditties Sodomies Vol. 3, and Scared Famous/FF>> on January 29th.
Due to recent events, Mexican Summer and its staff have decided to end our working relationship with Ariel Rosenberg AKA Ariel Pink moving forward.
— Mexican Summer (@MexicanSummer) January 8, 2021
It was reported on January 7th that Pink attended a pro-Trump rally, which took place at the White House the previous day – prior to the insurrection and violent attacks on the Capitol buildings in Washington, DC.
On Twitter, Pink wrote: “i was in dc to peacefully show my support for the president… i attended the rally on the white house lawn and went back to hotel and took a nap. case closed.” Pink has also stated that he did not attend the riots and was not a part of the mob that attacked the Capitol buildings.