Fearless Billie Eilish Blasts Body-Shamers Who Went After Her ‘Wine Mom Body’ Photos As She Shares Intimate Dream

Billie Eilish Body Shamed Over Photo

Billie Eilish is known for being raw and blunt in her songs and real life, which is why she decided to address those who chose to shame her after a series of paparazzi photos surfaced.

The Grammy-winning singer and songwriter grabbed headlines for the simple reason of wearing a tank top and a pair of shorts.

The 18-year-old rocked green hair and completed the casual look with socks and sandals. Eilish, who is known for her baggy clothes, opted to show little skin while out and about in Los Angeles, and she was hit with a barrage of disturbing comments.

This weekend, Eilish took part in Q and A with her fans, who got her to answer a long list of questions about her music, personal life, and recent pictures circulating online.

The platinum-selling artist said she has a new song coming out this month and shared an intimate dream. Asked if she is bothered by the photos, she responded with this message:

She said that a new song will be out later this month.

About her wild dreams and her dating life, she explained:

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Eilish said she dreamt that she was dating Peter Pan.

“The You Should See Me in a Crown” singer recently spoke to Forbes, where she destroyed those concerned about her figure and by the way she dresses.

She stated: “It kind of gives nobody the opportunity to judge what your body looks like. I want layers and layers and layers, and I want to be mysterious. My body is mine, and yours is yours. Our own bodies are kind of the only real things which are truly ours. I get to see it and get to show it when I want to,” Eilish said.

She also posted a YouTube video titled “Not My Responsibility” where she elaborated: “If I wear what is comfortable, I am not a woman. If I shed the layers, I’m a sl*t. Though you’ve never seen my body, you still judge it and judge me for it. Why? We make assumptions about people based on their size. We decide who they are; we decide what they’re worth. If I wear more if I wear less, who decides what that makes me? What that means? Is my value based only on your perception? Or is your opinion of me not my responsibility?”

The “All the Good Girls Go to Hell” diva posted a powerful photo revealing that she has just voted in the presidential election and encouraged others to do the same.

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