Wynonna Judd Says 'I Am Not My Sister's Keeper' Following Ashley Judd's Women's March Speech

Wynonna took to Twitter Monday to discuss her sister's speech.

Singer Wynonna Judd has spoken out about the controversy over her half-sister Ashley's remarks at Saturday's Women’s March in Washington, D.C.

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The Kiss the Girls actress took flak for reading a poem called “Nasty Woman” at the march.

The poem, written by 19-year-old Nashville resident Nina Donovan, included a vulgar reference to President Trump's relationship with his daughter Ivanka.

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As social media reacted in both praise and shock, Wynonna took to Twitter Monday to go on a lengthy rant where she said, “I am not my sister’s keeper.”

Donovan told Inside Edition that she is standing by her work.

"There is no doubt about it, Ivanka is a beautiful, beautiful woman," Donovan said. "But the way he phrases things sometimes it is inappropriate to talk about your own daughter like he does."

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