- American singer Billie Eilish loses 100K followers on Instagram after her Phone’s Lock Screen picture and few drawings on her Instagram story
- Billie Eilish Instagram stories made people assume that Billie Eilish is gay and she likes women
- Billie Eilish posted the Sketch of Insta model Fox Chalker on her IG stories
American singer Billie Eilish has lost 100K followers on Instagram after she posted her phone’s lock screen picture and few drawings on her Instagram (IG) stories. On December 29, 2020, Billie Eilish posted some sketches of B**bs on her Instagram stories.
The sketches posted on her IG stories sparked a mix reaction. However, Most of the people believe that Billie Eilish has posted these sketches because she likes women and her gay.
Looking at her recent Instagram stories, Billie Eilish has b**bs sketches of Fox Chalker, an alternative model (Instagram ID @Foxorz), on her lockscreen, the drawings she’s most proud of are drawings of b**bs and she thinks that men are disgusting.
People on Twitter have responded to Billie Eilish’s IG stories and started criticising her because she doesn’t publically admit that she is Bisexual but her Instagram stories tell a different fact. During the wave of Backlash, Billie has lost 100K followers on Instagram. She had 73 million followers before posting theses sketches. But numbers of her followers have dropped to 72.9 million.
See how people are reacting to Billie Ellish’s Instagram stories.
Twitter user ‘Joe Balan’ wrote: “Anyone thinks that @billieeilish is bisexual and she just won’t admit it? She said on her insta story she loves b**bs😂.”
Another Twitter user ‘Morgana Ignis’ wrote, tweet reads: “So, apparently, Billie Eilish has my girlfriend Fox Chalker as her lockscreen. I always knew Billie had EXCELLENT taste 😜 @billieeilish #BillieEilish (Her Instagram is @Foxorz).”
Born on December 18, 2001 (age 19 years), Los Angeles, California, United States, Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell is an American singer-songwriter. She first gained attention in 2015 when she uploaded the song “Ocean Eyes” to SoundCloud, which was subsequently released by the Interscope Records subsidiary Darkroom.