American singer Billie Eilish is undoubtedly one of the most talented and successful music artists in the industry. With so many hits and awards at just the age of 20, we can definitely expect more from her in the future.

She is known for actively speaking against body-shaming and in 2020, she left a message for the body shamers on her Instagram story as photos of her in a camisole and shorts went viral and got a lot of attention on social media. Billie Eilish was known for wearing baggy clothes because she doesn’t want people to sexualize her.

Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish

However, in an old interview, the singer did exactly the opposite of what she preaches

Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish in the video

In 2019, in an interview with Pitchfork on YouTube, she talked about ugly-looking guys dating beautiful women.

“Why is every pretty girl with a horrible-looking man? I don’t understand. Listen, I’m not shaming people for their looks, but I am though. You give an ugly guy a chance, he thinks he rules the world. Literally, I swear to god. Because they got a hot girl they can be horrible? Like, you’re still ugly though. Can’t change that. Maybe that’s why. Maybe that’s why, like, guys with small d*cks get like huge mansions. To make up for it you know? Or like really nice cars.”

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Fans were obviously outraged and Billie Eilish gets trolled for it even today

Fans started immediately started trolling her for these comments. Here are some of the best ones:



She received a lot of a backlash for these comments


Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish

These comments obviously didn’t go well with her fans as they accused her of body-shaming. A lot of people trolled her in the comment section of the YouTube video. A user commented, “So much for being against body shaming. I guess she’s only against it when it’s about her.” Another user commented, “If a boy talked about girls like Billie talks about ugly boys, he would be buried alive.” A third user commented, “My respect for Billie went dowwwwwwwwn harrrrd.”

One year after this incident, Billie Eilish posted a story for the body shamers on her Instagram story after photos of her in a camisole and shorts went viral and got a lot of attention on social media.

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