AceShowbiz - Billie Eilish is facing more damning allegations that could potentially damage her flourishing career. While fans have not gotten over her alleged queerbaiting move yet, she is now accused of using racial slur and mocking black and Asian accents.
The Grammy Award-winning artist's questionable acts were brought forward by a TikTok user, who posted a compilation video of undated footage featuring the singer seemingly saying the word "ch*nk."
In another portion of the clip, the 19-year-old was heard speaking unintelligibly and in what sounded like a mock Asian accent. The user also included a clip of the "Bad Guy" hitmaker being called out by her brother Finneas for "talking with a blaccent."
After the video was reposted on Twitter and gained more viewers, people have blasted Billie for her alleged racism. One person demanded an apology, "She should say sorry." Another questioned why the criticism didn’t come sooner, "billie eilish has been racist to asians on multiple occasions (saying the c slur and mocking asian languages) but no one ever talks about it."
"wait billie eilish mocked asian people and it's on video," a shocked user commented. A fan, meanwhile, asked for an explanation from the star, "I just want her to address it is all, I'm waiting until she explains herself before I decide whether or not to support her anymore."
Still, there were some people who defended Billie. "is she really saying 'ch*nk' and she always does those weird voices, never associated that with mocking asian people. we need the original video," said one person who questioned the context of the clips and doubted what she heard in the compilation video.
Another blasted the hater who made the video, "This s**t is such a strech jesus LOL. The person who made this video probably spent 21 hours trying to find something bad. And they couldnt and they didnt." Someone else insisted, "it's just a joke damn, yall really get touched by everything."
Not taking it as an excuse, a critic then responded to the people who defended Billie, "Why are you guys trying to defend her? It doesn't matter if it was a joke or if she was 14 she needs to address this. We aren't sensitive for wanting her to address these videos."
Last week, Billie came under fire after she declared "I love girls" along with behind-the-scenes pictures from her "Lost Cause" music video featuring female stars who are featured in the clip. She was accused of queerbaiting as she never really comes out about being part of the LGBTQ+ community while she's currently dating Matthew Tyler Vorce.
Just a few days later, it's her boyfriend who landed in hot water for his old racist and homophobic social media posts. It's alleged that Billie called out her fans after the 29-year-old actor's problematic posts were brought forward by her fans. She was caught liking an Instagram post which read, "This fandom is so embarrassing sometimes. like why would you go in someone's comments and say something that you literally don't even know is true and something y'all LITERALLY MADE UP, sometimes y'all are so dumb. Some of you just need to learn how to mind your business."
Neither Billie nor Matthew has spoken up on the allegations.