Billie Eilish wearing sunglasses

Fans defend Billie Eilish from a troll who called her fat!

Loyal followers of the 19-year-old "No Time To Die" singer Billie Eilish have defended her on social media after a troll posted photos of the star, calling Eilish “thick” and other obscene objectifying comments, forgetting that Billie is only a teenage girl. Read on as we reveal the controversial drama that went viral!

  • Twitter user @PogbaEscobar posted photos of Eilish when she was just 17-years-old in 2019 wearing a white translucent top. He also called the Grammy Award winner “thick.”
  • Eilish fans reacted to defend the singer, criticizing the offender as “gross” and “nasty.”
  • She was targeted again last summer in 2020 by body-shaming bullies when she was pictured in a tank top and shorts.
  • The “Bad Guy” singer revealed that she avoids wearing figure-hugging clothes because she is afraid of being treated like an object.
Billie Eilish at the 2019 LACMA Art + Film Gala

Devoted fans of Billie Eilish always send her nice comments, praising the singer’s figure. So they were shocked to read the negative remark from Twiter user @PogbaEscobar who criticized Eilish’s body condemning the user for objectifying a teenage girl.

Billie Eilish - Source: Getty Images

Her followers were incredibly furious with the inappropriate remark because Billie wears oversize outfits to avoid being treated as an object that is only appreciated for her looks.

"That's why I wear big, baggy clothes, nobody can have an opinion, because they haven't seen what's underneath."

Billie Eilish wearing one of her favorite oversize outfits.

Eilish’s dramatic experience has helped other teenagers to open up and share about their own problems with unwanted attention on social media from people who criticized their bodies and caused them trauma.

Billie Eilish loves to hug her fans and appreciates their support

After @PogbaEscobar's tweet went viral, Eilish’s fans reported the user on Twitter and in the end, his account was suspended. Well done to her followers for looking after Billie!

Fans always defend the “No Time To Die” singer and recently showed Eilish their support, after another online bully targeted Billie again judging her body.

The post appeared after Eilish was photographed in LA wearing a vest and shorts, rather than her signature oversize clothing in the summer of 2020. It’s disappointing thoughtless body shaming.

However, it’s really empowering that Billie’s fans' response is loud and strong and they respect the singer because she is a real woman!

Natalie Baldwin

Graphic Designer graduated from University of Southern California. Bookworm. Nature, coffee and books are my best friends.+ info

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