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.
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.”
Lol, I have to say… I love how so many are telling me what I should or should not be doing about my relationship w/ my sister. Wow.— Wynonna (@Wynonna) January 24, 2017
Last time I saw my sister we hugged. And, in our family we agree to disagree and we support WHO we are. Anyone else relate?— Wynonna (@Wynonna) January 24, 2017
(1) I will not defend what doesn't need defending, (God knows my heart & my family does too), & (2)— Wynonna (@Wynonna) January 24, 2017
I am not my sister's keeper. The end.
What she does publicly is none of my business. If she asks, I will tell her what I think personally.— Wynonna (@Wynonna) January 24, 2017
There is a higher power & I am not it.
I have sung for 5 presidents & I will continue to do so until my last breath. I am for my country. Period. https://t.co/JIp4ZFxRJz— Wynonna (@Wynonna) January 24, 2017
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."