"This is disgusting why tf are you men like this - she’s absolutely beautiful,” one user wrote. “Losers out there body shaming 18 year old Billie Eilish who has a perfectly normal woman's figure,” another one person.
Hello to the men trying to shame the young, smart, talented, funny, wealthy and ridiculously successful Billie Eili… https://t.co/GfXxn5gbeX
This is certainly not the first time Eilish has dealt with people having opinions on she looks, and she has been vocal about taking a stance about speculation about women’s bodies and the online bullying associated with it.
It’s frustrating that ‘woman has a body’ is still fodder for internet trolls in 2020. Hope Billie Eilish doesn’t ca… https://t.co/MR9BI1rbmG
In the past, she explained why her signature style is wearing ‘baggy clothes’.
“I never want the world to know everything about me,” she explained in a 2019 Calvin Klein campaign. “I mean, that’s why I wear big, baggy clothes: Nobody can have an opinion, because they haven't seen what’s underneath.”
In May of this year, the pop star released the short film Not My Responsibility, which shows her unzipping a jacket and peeling back her layers of clothing.
Speaking softly over the low riff in the film, Eilish can be heard saying:
Do you know me? Really know me? You have opinions about my opinions. About my music. About my clothes. About my body. Some people hate what I wear, some people praise it... But I feel you watching, always. And nothing I do goes unseen, so while I feel your stares, your disapproval or your sigh of relief, if I lived by them, I'd never be able to move…
“Everyone having an opinion because a woman (whose job has nothing to do with her body) has a body which doesn’t precisely meet society’s terrifyingly narrow beauty standards is, apart from anything else, SO BORING.”