Billie Eilish Hits Back At Trolls After Being Criticized For Wearing A Casual Outfit
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A big thanks to the body-positivity movement, women are gradually embracing their physiques and shunning the anticipated ideas hinged on what it means to be absolutely stunning. And here, Billie Eilish has proved she’s on the same page, urging her fans to normalize normal bodies.
Billie Eilish, 18, urged her fans to normalize normal bodies after trolls criticized her figure in a casual outfit
Billie, recently sparked up reactions for wearing a casual outfit in Los Angeles. She had rocked a beige top with matching sweaty shorts, dishing her signature baggy outfits. Expectedly, she got criticized and now she has equally hit back at them by sharing an update clip on Instagram.
Eilish shared a clip from Chizi Duru, a blogger who begged people to Normalize Normal Bodies. ‘Can we all normalize normal bodies? Blogger Duru asked in the TikTok clip that was reposted by Billie.
‘You all have to start normalizing real bodies. It’s not everybody that has a wagon behind them, okay! Guts are normal, they are really normal, but b**bs sags after breastfeeding. Instagram isn’t, however, real.’ Duru added.
Prior to this new phase, Billie is popularly known for regularly loud prints from luxury brands like Louis Vuitton among others. She had repeatedly reiterated via interviews that she doesn’t want to world to sexualize her body, hence she adopted baggy clothes.
‘No one can have an opinion, especially as they haven’t seen the underneath. No one can say she’s slim-thick, she’s isn’t slim-thick, she’s fat, she’s got fat a**. No one can say all these because they actually can’t tell.’ Billie, whose full name is Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell had said in a Calvin Klein Commercial.
Nevertheless, Billie’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Studio album released in March 2019 is a success story, earning top spot across global music charts. Interestingly, Billie had sung the James Bond Theme for No Time To Die and it’s indeed her first No.1 single in the United Kingdom.