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Billie Eilish Defends Drake After Everyone Called Him Creepy

Grammy-award winner, Billie Eilish is calling out fans who called Drake “creepy” after he texted her while she was 17 and he was 33.

Eilish defended Drake in a Vogue cover story while discussing the state of the Internet, “The Internet is such a stupid-ass mess right now,” says the now 18-year-old Eilish. “Everybody’s so sensitive. A grown man can’t be a fan of an artist?”

 

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At the 2020 #Grammys, 18-year-old @billieeilish walked away with four of the night’s biggest awards, including best new artist, record of the year, album of the year, and song of the year. In winning those four major awards, she also replaced @TaylorSwift as the youngest-ever solo winner for album of the year and became the first woman and second person ever to win record of the year, album of the year, song of the year, and best new artist in the same year. Now, she can also add Vogue cover star to her impressive resume. For our March issue, Vogue commissioned three unique covers—all starring @billieeilish—from three different photographers. Tap the link in our bio to read the full profile. Photographed by @harleyweir, styled by @alex_jordan_harrington, written by @robertjhaskell, Vogue, March 2020.

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The “Bad Guy” singer went on to say that people have others they should be concerned about such as our current president.

“Like, you’re really going to say that Drake is creepy because he’s a fan of mine, and then you’re going to go vote for Trump? What the f*ck is that sh*t?” 

 

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“Music was always underlying,” March cover star @billieeilish explains of her childhood. “I always sang. It was like wearing underwear: It was just always underneath whatever else you were doing.” She wrote her first song on the ukulele at age seven, and she soon taught herself how to play piano and guitar from watching YouTube videos. She was willfully independent, never pushed to the stage. “You know how there’s always that singer kid who’s like, ‘I can sing!’ and then would sing in front of you? I remember hating that person. The kid who does it for the applause and thinks they’re amazing, and their mom is like, ‘Yeah, she’s gonna be da-da-da.’ I never put myself in that category, so for a long time I didn’t realize that I was a singer, too.” Tap the link in our bio to read the full profile. Photographed by @ethanjamesgreeen, styled by @alex_jordan_harrington, written by @robertjhaskell, Vogue, March 2020

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