Hit singer Billie Eilish took to Instagram this weekend to respond to criticism of her clothing choices. He posted what he called a “letter for some comments” seen on social media.
“I spent the first five years being totally trashed by idiots for being boy-ish and the way I dressed and constantly being told I’d be hotter if I acted like a woman,” Eilish wrote. “And now that I’m comfortable enough to wear anything remotely feminine or tailored, I’m changed and sold.”
“I can be both,” he added, addressing the “real idiots” and “bozos” who commented on his style. “Let women exist!”
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Grammy-award winning Hilsa has long been a topic of conversation surrounding her clothing style. In 2019, the then-17-year-old singer discussed her clothing choices in a Calvin Klein ad, saying, “I never want the world to know everything about me. I mean, that’s why I wear big, baggy clothes. Someone is a There might be opinions because they haven’t seen what’s underneath, you know?
Earlier this month, the singer, now 21, donned a more feminine look— A black lace gown by Simone Rocha.
In a 2021 interview with Marie Claire magazine, Eilish told the publication that her decision to expand her clothing style had an impact on her fan base.
“I lost 100,000 followers, just because of breasts,” she said.
Eilish continued to clap back at her critics on Instagram this weekend, writing, “Did you know women are versatile? Shocking right? Believe it or not women can be interested in more than one thing.”
“Besides that femininity doesn’t equal weakness,” she adds, “wanting to express yourself differently at different times is completely unknown and insane.”
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