For a hit recording artist, she is notorious for deliberately hiding her young body in deliberately unsexy loose clothes. Billie Eilish does cause a lot of dissatisfaction with the breasts.
As the latest A-level singer to participate in the viral “post picture” Instagram challenge, the “bad guy” singer seemed to lose 100,000 followers in one hour on Tuesday after sharing a series of images of female breasts.
As recorded by a fan on Twitter, the number of followers of Eilish dropped from 73 million on the platform to 72.9 million.
But the whole plot seems to make the 19-year-old Grammy Award-winning singer and lyricist crack endlessly, and he happens to be one of the most followed people on̵
She posted “LMFAOOO y’all babies smh” and screenshots on Instagram stories.
Fans suggested “posting pictures: pictures you are really proud of”. Eilish replied “it may be these” and shared a series of artistic drawings and drawings of breasts, nipples and buttocks, some with Giant snakes envelop naked female bodies of various shapes and sizes. The now expired artwork was captured by the aftermath of Metropolis and Sound and shared with future generations.
Although the decline could be attributed to any volume fluctuations in social media, her watchdog fan base soon blamed the lack of captive mania on her breast share.
“Never lose the 100K cuz chest she lost again,” one fan wrote on Twitter, and the number of fans has decreased slightly.
The representative for Eilish did not immediately respond to the Post’s request for comment, but was never worried-as of Wednesday morning, her Instagram followers had risen to 73 million.
However, #breastgate is hardly the first time that the female form has caused online controversy on Eilish. In early March, just before the coronavirus pandemic killed her journey, she put down her viral video on an exposed (for her anyway) black vest.
The film features an Eilish tone, “If I wear comfortable clothes, then I am not a woman. If I drop the layer, I am a slut. Although you have never seen my body, you can still judge it And judge them. Why? We make assumptions about people based on their size. We decide who they are, and we decide what they are worth. If I wear more, if I wear less, who decides what makes me What? What does that mean? Is my value based solely on your opinion? Or is your opinion of me not my responsibility?”
Next up: In December, she was unhappy with the paparazzi photos and responded to the strong objection of physical dissatisfaction: “Everyone likes,’Damn it, Billy is fat!'” She laughed at her hater and said. “I was like,’No, this is what I am! You have never seen it before!'”
Last week, when she posted: “I make you a king album”, she also aroused enthusiastic fans. If you continue to make fun of my hair, I will not refuse. “
There doesn’t seem to be so many superficial things in her mind: “I want to give you a new era,” she continued. “I have an announcement to make, and some more to make.”