Not My Responsibility: Billie Eilish Hits Back At Bodyshamers

Lawrence Kim
May 29, 2020

The film ends with her saying: "Is my value based only on your perception or is your opinion of me not my responsibility?".

Singer Billie Eilish posted a powerful short film on social media yesterday addressing body shaming online.

She spent her teenage years in the limelight alongside her brother and frequent collaborator, singer-songwriter and music producer Finneas O'Connell. In the video-produced and written via her, she takes at the body-shamers and haters that occur always, judgments about your physique, your number of clothes and in addition their reviews.

As she undresses, Eilish says: "Do you know me?"

In it, Eilish slowly strips off her clothes while her own narration, alongside atmospheric music, plays over the top during the three-minute 41-second film. I'm in my abdomen? Though you've never seen my body, you still judge it and judge me for it.

The "bad guy" singer first shared this short film when she kicked off her Where Do We Go?

Eilish's narration continues: "If I wear what is comfortable, I am not a woman. But I feel you watching, always".

Billie eilish She is letting the public know that it is not her "responsibility, quot; what people think of her".

In this February 9, 2020 file photo, singer Billie Eilish arrives at the Oscars in Los Angeles, Calif.

The young pop icon even asks the people if they didn't want the body with which she was born.

"We make assumptions about people based on their size", a Twitter user tweeted alongside photos of herself.

She concludes, "We decide who they are. Or is your opinion of me #notmyresponsibility". "If I shed the layers, I'm a s***... thought you've never seen my body, you still touch it and judge me for it. Why?" What that means?"Billie Eilish Turns Cover Girl for Vogue March Edition; 'Spring Awakening" Issue Elegantly Presents Popstar in True Signature Style. Billie's father told him that she didn't, but he returned to the house later in the evening where he exhibited "erratic behaviour".

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