The 18-year-old responded to a social media user who had some pretty gross things to say about her body.
The GRAMMY victor and star of "Bad Guy" has been characterized by an image that breaks all stereotypes, from her neon green hair, her favorite color, sweatshirts, shorts and loose clothing, they have characterized Billie Eilish as an icon. of youth fashion, but it seems that during the quarantine he completely changed his style to dress.
Then she posted an Instagram photo of herself in a tank top with the caption, "Do you really want to go back in time?" The singer also sported a bun hairstyle.
Twitter has since come out overwhelmingly in support of the Bad Guy singer, with many praising her healthy body type and her talent. She also tried to put an end to body-shaming once and for all during her Where Do We Go World Tour in March. Billie shared influencer Chizi Duru's video on her Instagram Story to get her point across.
"Leave Billie Eilish and her body alone [explicit] weirdos", Mae Muller added.
Many have hit back at the comment, with a woman writing: "What compels you, a thirtysomething man whose business is on "hiatus", to try to shame a clever, talented, successful and rich young woman with a brilliant future ahead of her, hmmmmm?" Guts are ordinary -they are normal.
"This is disgusting why tf are you men like this - she's absolutely handsome", one user wrote. "You have opinions about my opinions, about my music, about my clothes, about my body".
"Y'all gotta start normalizing real bodies, okay", Duru said. Boobs sag, particularly after breastfeeding.
In case anyone needs reminding, Billie took home FIVE grammies this year and her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? debuted at number one in Ireland, the United Kingdom and the US.
"Girl I love your confidence I'm so happy you're confident ily". Earlier this year, she posted a video of herself in a bikini, and received a lot of negative comments for it.
"If I wear what is comfortable, I am not a woman", she said in the video. "My hips? The body I was born with, is it not what you wanted?" Arguably, every woman in the world is courageous in that regard because none of us are meeting every characteristic of perfection, whether we want to or not.