After fans claimed he had exposed others to his one-year-old son’s Hand, Foot and Mouth disease, Pink’s 43-year-old husband sarcastically wrote that it must be a “miracle” that crew did not catch the infectious disease.
“Glad to be back with the family after a couple of days racing. Jameson is back to normal and Willow is healthy as well,” the motocross rider wrote.
“Can you believe that of the 80+ crew and band on tour, wife, daughter, nannies, myself, and restaurant patrons; no one got HF&M???
“It must be a miracle!” he added, alongside the hashtag #LittleFuelForTheFire.
Glad to be back with the family after a couple days away racing. Jameson is back to normal and willow is healthy as well. Can you believe that of the 80+ crew and band on tour, wife, daughter, nannies, myself, and restaurant patrons; no one go HF&M???? It must be a miracle!!!!!!!! ????????????. #GuessThePediatricianKnowsHisShit #LittleFuelForTheFire #HappyMonday ????☕️
Last week, while in Australia for Pink’s tour, Carey shared a photo of his rash-covered son Jameson.
“I had Jameson at breakfast yesterday and this vile woman at the table next to us kept staring at him with a shitty look on her face. I told her it was bed bugs,” Carey wrote.
The comment section of the father-of-two’s post was soon flooded with criticism, with many fans accusing Carey of potentially exposing others to the virus.