Fans of BILLIE Eilish were shocked when she made a graphic sexual comment in her new TikTok video after apologizing for using a racial slur.
Billie, 19, made a frank sexual remark that shocked everyone on social media.
The Bad Guy singer chewed on pieces of bread in her TikTok video.
Billie looked at the shaking camera and said, “Who wants to eat me?”
Instagram fans weren’t too excited about Billie’s sexual comment.
One fan said: “WTF. I didn’t expect that lol.”
Another fan added: “It must be deleted.”
A third person mentioned: “Good career development. “
A fourth person said: “She’s lost her mind.”
An angry commentator interjected, “Damn bad guy. “
A sixth commentator exclaimed: “She is disgusting.”
Last month, the NDA singer posted an emotional apology on social media as she said she was “dismayed and embarrassed” for using a racial slur in a resurfaced video.
Billie posted a long message of apology in her Instagram Stories and said, “There’s a video montage around me when I was 13 or 14 where I said a word from a song I didn’t know. not at the time was a derogatory term used against members of the Asian community.
A TikTok user recently shared a compilation of videos where the singer was apparently making racist remarks.
In the video, Billie had filmed herself at different times and in one of them she said the word “c ** nk”.
In the other moments, she would interact with her brother, Finneas, 23, before making fun of him by imitating an Asian accent.
There was another clip where Billie, who appeared to be in school at the time, made fun of an Asian worker.
Billie continued, “I’m appalled and embarrassed and want to throw up that I’ve already said that word.”
“This song is the only time I have heard this word because it has never been used around me by anyone in my family.
The pop star concluded, “No matter how ignorant and how old at the time, nothing can excuse the fact that it was hurtful. And for that, I’m sorry.”
Recently Billie’s boyfriend, Matthew Tyler Vorce, 29, said he was “ashamed” of his previous racist and homophobic tweets after receiving a backlash from his fans.
After his controversial old tweets and Facebook posts resurfaced, Matthew turned to his Instagram stories to apologize for his past behavior.
Matthew said: “I want to apologize for the things I’ve written on social media in the past,” the 29-year-old began.
“The language I used was hurtful and I understand how offensive these words are.
“Whether it’s just lyrics, a quote or I’m stupid it doesn’t matter. I’m ashamed and deeply sorry I used them in any context.
“This is not how I was raised and it is not what I stand for. I should not have used this language in the first place and I will not use it again.
Matthew concluded with, “I am very sorry for the harm I have caused. I take full responsibility and continue to hold myself accountable for my actions.”