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Billie Eilish claps back at critics of her changing style

The ‘Bad Guy’ singer responded to the mounting criticism of her more feminine looks.

The ‘Bad Guy’ singer responded to the mounting criticism of her more feminine looks.

Billie Eilish didn’t hold back when she responded to critics calling her out for dressing “more feminine” than she did when she first debuted.

The singer, who isn’t as active on social media as her peers, took a moment via her Instagram stories to address once and for all the critics who have been commenting on her evolving sense of style.

Eilish was well-known for wearing baggy, tomboyish clothing, from oversized tops and jackets to pants and shorts, and was praised for not wearing what typical pop stars wear.

“To be quite honest with you, I only started wearing baggy clothes because of my body,” Eilish said in a 2021 interview with Vanity Fair.

But since then, the singer has embraced a more body-positive approach in her style and has been seen embracing feminine clothing, notably seen at this year’s Met Gala where she opted for a sheer Chanel gown.

The changes, however, were not embraced by everyone, with some going out of their way to call Eilish a sellout.

Eilish addresses the critics

“Letter to some comments i be seeing sometimes,” she captioned a series of Instagram story posts.

“I spent the first 5 years of my career getting absolutely OBLITERATED by you fools for being boy ish and dressing how I did & constantly being told i’d be hotter if I acted like a woman,” she said in her letter over top a selfie of the singer with an exasperated look on her face.

“And now when i feel comfortable enough to wear anything remotely feminine or fitting, i CHANGED and am a sellout.. and ‘what happened to her’ oMg iT’s nOt thE sAmE bILlie she’s just like the rest bla blah…

“You guys are total idiots. LOL i can be BOTH you f—--- bozos LET WOMEN EXIST!

In the next post, she clarifies that she is free to be multifaceted, sarcastically proclaiming “believe it or not women can be interested in multiple things.”

She also points out that many of the critiques heralded towards her are sexist, saying “feminity does not equal weakness.” She ended her letter by calling out the “women hating weirdos” and threw up the peace sign.


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