Billie Eilish has opened up about avoiding social media following feedback about her physique.
Chatting with the LA Times, Eilish revealed that in July, she stopped studying the feedback on her Instagram account the place she has 87.8million followers.
When requested why, Eilish replied: “As a result of in any other case I’ll spiral out, and s—’s imply as f—. There are some individuals, like my brother, who can get a textual content from somebody he doesn’t like and delete it instantly. He received’t even learn it. I can’t do this. If Devil himself texted me, I’d be, like, ‘What did he say?’
“I wish to hear what individuals should say, and in addition, as a result of I’ve grown up on the web, I principally agree with plenty of what the web says. Among the issues that they make enjoyable of individuals for are humorous as a result of they’re kinda true, proper? Which then worries me as a result of I’m like, ‘Oh, God, are the imply issues [about me] truly true? And what are they?’ I wish to know them! However I don’t wish to know them, as a result of what’s that going to do for me? Nothing.”
Billie Eilish performing ‘NDA’. Supply: YouTube
Eilish went on to say a lot of the feedback focussed round her physique, illustrating her level by recalling the time she shared an image of herself carrying a swimsuit after she turned 18. “And since you might see my shoulders, everybody was, like, ‘Oh, my God, she turned 18 and she or he’s a slut!’” Eilish mentioned.
“…Each lady desires to really feel fascinating…However then there’s a complete world of males who argue that girls say, ‘Oh, I don’t need males to sexualise me’ however then put on shirts that present their boobs and sing songs about having intercourse.’ I’m like, do you not get the concept we wish to put on what we really feel good in however we don’t need you to leap in? It’s very dumb.”
Earlier this 12 months, an intimate documentary about Eilish was launched on Apple TV+. In its five-star review, NME referred to as Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry a “searingly sincere documentary gives a warts-and-all have a look at life as a younger megastar.”
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