Drawing attention to the fact that Eilish wasn't wearing her signature baggy clothes, the Daily Mail posted a series of photos of the singer, snapped whilst she had been doing errands around LA.
'Can we normalize normal bodies?' Duru said in the TikTok clip reposted by Billie to her 67 million followers on Instagram.
After a paparazzi image of Billie Eilish made its way to the internet over the weekend, the thing that Eilish anticipated would happen happened-she was criticized for her body. The singer also sported a bun hairstyle.
Billie finishes off her look with a pair of brown Gucci socks matched with her $55 brown Adidad YEEZY Slides, while her iconic electric green hair was just tied up in a messy bun.
"All bodies deserve to be celebrated no matter the shape or size".
On the other hand, among her new projects, the American singer will hold her online concert and launch her own documentary.
"Leave Billie Eilish and her body alone [explicit] weirdos", Mae Muller added.
It seems like yesterday the "Bad Guy" singer released her power ballad "Ocean Eyes" on her Soundcloud, but alas, it was 2016 when the song immediately went viral and set Eilish on her stardom journey. Several people defended Billie Eilish while criticising unrealistic beauty standards after the pics surfaced online. "She makes music. Her body has nothing to do with the angelic voice she has". "When Bil wears baggy clothing people judge her, when she wears tight clothes people judge her", stated one other. Duru goes on to say, "Ya'll got to start normalizing real bodies, ok?" There's nothing salacious or grotesque about them, but that hasn't stopped a number of people from tweeting cruel criticisms of how she looks, as if they were all waiting with bated breath for a reason to cut Eilish down. Boobs sag....especially after breastfeeding. "My hips? The body I was born with, is it not what you wanted?" But I feel you watching, always. Arguably, every woman in the world is fearless in that regard because none of us are meeting every characteristic of perfection, whether we want to or not. Earlier this year, she posted a video of herself in a bikini, and received a lot of negative comments for it.