Billie Eilish’s reaction has been invaluable after the pop star lost thousands of followers on Instagram after sharing intimate sketchbook drawings that she is “really proud” of.
Billie EilishPerhaps the sketches were a little too daring for some people. On December 28th, the singer jumped on the Instagram train “Post a Picture of”, in which followers can ask an account to post a picture of a certain memory / event / etc. Billie was asked to “post a drawing that you are really proud of” which prompted her to share a page from her multi-breasted sketchbook.
“These probably lol I love breasts,” wrote Billie of the pencil drawings that showed various nude figures (one that looked like a snake). One avid fan noted that after sharing the drawings, Billie’s Instagram following seem to have had some success, although this may have been purely by accident. “Bye, she’s not losing 100,000 CUZ BOOBS,” wrote the Twitter fan about two screenshots from Billie’s Instagram, which went from 73 million to 72.9 million.
Bye, don’t you lose 100,000 cubic feet of breasts pic.twitter.com/ccvKUK4A7N
– Stream eiw 😠 (@sneezeandpepsi) December 29, 2020
Billie even posted this observation on her own Instagram story. “LMFAOOO y’all babys smh”, the singer wrote “Therefore I am” about the tweet. Whether or not that drop in followers was caused by the sketchbook reveal, Billie’s Instagram following has since recovered: on December 29, it returned to 73 million fans.
You babies on god hahahaha @billieeilish pic.twitter.com/y5OndTnwNG
– ceo_of fact (@OsborneRatavia) December 29, 2020
Elsewhere in her Instagram story, Billie shared a screenshot of her iPhone lock screen (also with breasts), dogs, and internet browsing history that revealed lots of great photos from Tom Hardy. One of these posts even featured the music studio pop star that Billie shared six days after joking new music.
On December 22nd, Billie also went to her Instagram story to respond to unsolicited opinions from people about her branded hairstyle (neon green roots flowing into dark hair). “Stop making fun of me … I’ll make you an album,” Billie said on the Instagram story, laughing. She continued teasing, “I won’t erase it if you keep making fun of my hair.” Shut up, shut up, shut up. “Billie also has a new documentary on Apple TV + on February 26, 2021, Billie Eilish: The World Is A Little Blurry; the trailer dropped on December 15.