Again a fuss about Billie Eilish (19). A few weeks after the pop idol was accused of racism because old tweets with insulting statements surfaced, several fans are once again in a cramp at a video.
That video also dates from years ago, and shows a young Eilish who tells who her favorite cartoon character is. She mentions a character from The Boondocks, a sitcom about the black community. Only, that character is a white girl who appropriates stereotypical black characteristics. Inappropriate, according to Eilish’s followers.
Eilish apologized on the previous accusation. Then she came under fire for using a swear word for Asians years earlier. “Regardless of my ignorance and age at the time, I’m sorry,” the singer said. This time she hasn’t responded yet.
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