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Billie Eilish calls out “women-hating weirdos” trolling her

The American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish went on her Instagram stories on Saturday and gave a savage reaction to her haters who call her a “sellout” because she dresses in a way that shows her femininity.

The Grammy-winning singer called the trolls “true idiots and f**king bozos” and said that she often sees comments that criticize her evolving style and don’t understand why people think she’s changed as a person. She says she can be both and can dress in both masculine and feminine ways. She also says that people should just let women live.

“I spent the first 5 years of my career getting slammed by you idiots for acting like a boy and looking like a boy, and I was always told I’d be hotter if I acted like a woman.

And now, when I feel confident enough to wear something flirty or feminine, I’ve changed and become a sellout, and people ask, “What happened to her? She’s just like the rest, blah blah,” she wrote on her Instagram Story next to a picture of her rolling her eyes. “[Y]ou guys are true idiots. LOL, you f***ing fools, I can be BOTH of you. “LET WOMEN EXIST!

The musician wrote in another Instagram story, “FUN FACT! Did you know that women have many different sides to them? Isn’t that shocking? Even if you don’t believe it, women can be interested in more than one thing.”

The 21-year-old shared a few more stories with her selfies. In one of the posts, she wrote, “Also that being a woman doesn’t mean being weak?!!!!!! Omg?! Crazy, right? How come? And it’s unheard of and crazy to want to say different things at different times.”

In a nutshell, Eilish told her haters, “Suck my absolute ck and bs, you women-hating a*weirdos.”

When Eilish first came on the scene, she wore oversized coats and baggy pants most of the time. But Eilish has changed the way she looks over the last few years. She has started to wear more glamorous and girly clothes to red carpets and other special events.

Aside from her clothes, the diva’s hair colors often draw a lot of attention. She’s tried everything, from being green to being blonde. But it looks like she’s happy with her natural hair color now, and she’s having fun styling it in different ways.

Meanwhile, Eilish has always been vocal about her struggles with body image, her appearance, and how she concealed her body. She talked about her hypermobility and how she felt like her body was “gaslighting” her earlier this year.

Billie said in a recent interview for the cover of Vogue, “When I was a teenager and I hated myself and did all that stupid stuff, a lot of it was because I was angry at my body and how much pain it had caused me and how much I had lost because of things that happened to it.”

Billie excelled at dancing before pursuing a career in music. But her hopes were crushed when, when she was 13, she injured her growth plate. After her injury, Billie had a lot of problems with her lower body. In the end, it was found that she had a condition called hypermobility.

She said, “I felt like my body had been giving me the run around for years.” “It took me a while to realize that my body is really me.

Billie has never been afraid to say what she thinks and stand up for herself, even at the beginning of her career. In 2021, when she talked about how Hollywood has different rules for her songs and clothes, and other things.

In the October 2021 issue of Elle, she said, “Or my sexuality!” “Like, yeah, that’s everyone else’s business, right? No. Where do guys get all that energy?”

Billie said that she hadn’t planned to become famous. “I just wanted to make a song once, and then I kept making songs,” she told the source. “I never told anyone, ‘Hey, pay attention to my life.’ All of my friends know that I don’t want to hear any of [the bad talk].

She also said, “When people send me something mean, it hurts my soul.”

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