Billie Eilish Tells Critics To 'Suck Her C***' After Receiving Comments About New Style


One advantage of not being rich and famous is that we don't have to deal with lots of mean people who constantly criticize us.

Billie Eilish recently got angry at those who have been criticizing her for changing her fashion style. She responded by telling them to mind their own business.

She told them to "suck her c***."

In a recent Instagram story, the 21-year-old shared her thoughts on some comments she often comes across.


She mentioned how trolls used to criticize her for dressing in a more "boyish" style, but now they continue to criticize her for wearing more feminine or fitted clothes.

The singer, who hails from California, referred to these haters as "true idiots" and expressed her opinion that people should simply let women be themselves and exist without judgment.

"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," Billie wrote.


"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 true idiots. LOL i can be BOTH you f**king bozos. LET WOMEN EXIST! :))))."

"Also that femininity does not equal weakness???!!!! omg?! insane right? who knew??"

"And also totally unheard of and insane to want to express yourself differently at different times."


Following her previous statements, the singer added sarcastically: "FUN FACT! did you know that women are multifaceted!!!!!??? shocking right?? believe it or not women can be interested in multiple things."

She told the people hating to "suck my absolute c**k and balls you women-hating ass weirdos."


During an interview with The Sunday Times magazine last year, Billie expressed: "No matter what you do, it's wrong and right."

"Wearing baggy clothes, nobody is attracted to me, I feel incredibly unlovable and unsexy and not beautiful, and people shame you for not being feminine enough."

"Then you wear something more revealing and they're, like, you're such a fat cow w****. I'm a s*** and I'm a sell-out and I'm just like every other celebrity selling their bodies, and woah! What the f*** do you want? It's a crazy world for women and women in the public eye."