Billie Eilish Fires Back at Critics: Pop Star Slams ‘Sellout’ Accusations Over Feminine Image

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A number of critics have commented on Billie Eilish changing style recently, and she expresses disappointment in them. In a series of posts on social media, the Grammy winner addressed the comments people left on her posts, telling her that she’s “changed” and a “sellout” for embracing a more feminine style. Billie Eilish stated on her since-expired Instagram Stories, I spent the first 5 years of my career being completely OBLITERATED for dressing like a boy and dressing how as a result, I was constantly told that if I acted like a woman, I would look hotter. Now, I feel comfortable enough to wear anything remotely feminine, she has changed and is a sellout and ‘what happened to her’ oMg iT’s not thE sAmE Billie she’s just like the rest blah blah you guys are true idiots.

Oh my gosh. You fucking bozos, I can be both. LET WOMEN BE! Following up with an Instagram Story, the Oscar winner explained that women do not have to solely embrace a particular style or fashion trend. In the past, the musician has explained why she wore oversized, casual clothing when she first broke through. If she were a man wearing baggy clothes, nobody would notice, she said in an interview with NME in January 2019. Furthermore, she pointed out that people have told her that if she wore tight clothing, she would look better and be more successful. She explained in her Calvin Klein campaign later that year that she wore big, loose clothes to keep people from commenting on her body.

The singer Billie Eilish Slams The Critics Who Called Her A “Sellout” Because She Is More Feminine

Billie Eilish attacked critics who questioned the evolution of her style. On Instagram, Eilish wrote, “I spent the first five years of my career getting absolutely obliterated for dressing as I do and being told I would be hotter if I acted like a woman. It was when I felt comfortable enough to wear anything remotely feminine or fitting that she said I CHANGED and became a sellout. Can you tell me what happened to her? She’s not the same as before, she’s just like the rest blah blah… you guys are lunatics huh? Bozos, I can be both. It is time to let women exist! According to The Hollywood Reporter, in an Instagram Story following her award win, the Oscar winner explained that women can have different styles and participate in various fashion trends it’s not necessary to choose one over the other. Here’s a fun fact! Did you know that women are extremely multifaceted? This is shocking, right? she wrote. Women can be interested in multiple things, believe it or not. In her next slide, she mentioned that femininity is not synonymous with weakness. Oh my gosh! Crazy, right?

Who knew? It’s also unheard of and irrational to desire to express yourself differently at different times. Suck my total c**k and b**s you women hating a* weirdos, she concluded. The performer has already spoken up about why she chose to wear baggy, casual attire when she initially got out as an artist. In an interview with NME in January 2019, Eilish stated that if she were a male wearing loose clothes, no one would notice. She also stated that others have told her that if she wore tight clothes, she would be attractive and her career would be more successful. Later that year, in her Calvin Klein campaign, Eilish elaborated on her decision to wear big, baggy garments, claiming that it was a means to distract people from talking about her physique. Nobody can form an opinion since they haven’t seen what’s beneath,” she explained. There is no way anyone can say, ‘Oh, she’s slim-thick, she’s not slim-thick, she’s got a flat ass, she’s got a fat ass. They can’t say anything because they don’t know.