- 推特 swiftly came to Billie Eilish’s defense when a user tried to make a comment about her body.
- Reminder: Billie is 17 years old.
While the weekend is generally a great time to relax, recharge, and just have fun, I also feel as though we should all take a moment this Sunday to soak in a very important lesson: Do NOT come for Billie Eilish 在推特上。
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推特 went OFF on this person for many reasons, including the facts that (a) objectifying women isn’t cool in general, (b) Billie is literally a minor, and (c) she normally wears baggy clothes, so it’s clear she doesn’t want attention on her body.
In fact, Billie has previously spoken about how she usually wears baggy clothes for this EXACT reason, 话, “I never want the world to know everything about me. I mean, that’s why I wear big, baggy clothes. Nobody can have an opinion because they haven’t seen what’s underneath, you know? Nobody can be like, ‘Oh, she’s slim-thick, she’s not slim-thick, she’s got a flat ass, she’s got a fat ass.’ No one can say any of that, because they don’t know.”
Replies to this very yuck and unnecessary tweet included:
“1. She’s a minor. 2. This is the exact reason she doesn’t wear tight clothes and always wears baggy tracksuits or whatever. Have some fucking respect.”
“Regardless of if she’s ‘legal in (your) country’ or not (your words, not mine), the minute she shows a tiny bit of skin, you jump to objectify her. GTFO of here with that shit. She’s still young AF and doesn’t need grown-ass men perving it up.”
“This is exactly why she wears clothes that cover her entirely. Not just her but so many women out there. Delete this, you’re sick.”
And obviously, some people used memes to clap back:
Moral of the story: Let’s all just stop talking about other people’s bodies on 推特, umtay?