Billie Eilish at Disneyland was Enjoying with her New Boyfriend
Billie Eilish at Disneyland confused fans! Billie Eilish’s Disneyland was a romantic outing with boyfriend Matthew Tyler Vorce amid ‘queerbaiting’ accusations on Thursday, June 10.
The 19-year-old singer turned heads as she appeared with her 29-year-old boyfriend, Matthew Tyler, for a romantic VIP trip to Disneyland.
The pop star’s outing with her beau comes after fans accused her of attracting more audience with her racy video, showing her frolicking with women.
The singer faced backlash after sharing snaps of her frolicking with women alongside a caption that reads: ‘I love girls.’
The Award-winning singer’s outing with her boyfriend appeared to validate the skepticism surrounding her recent video.
A user sparked the debate when reacting to Billie’s video, writing: “Acting sexual with girls to draw in more audience is gross.”
She has been spotted cozying up to her boyfriend Matthew for the past few months. The singer’s appearance comes after some of her fans questioned her actions when putting on an animated display with a group of female pals in a video released during Pride Month. Billie Eilish’s video, which attracted massive applause, irked some of her fans as they accused her of ‘queerbaiting’.
Billie Eilish at Disneyland with her New Boyfriend
The 19-year-old pop star released her latest single, “Lost Cause,” an ode to a deadbeat ex that is one hell of a bop!
The music video is also a sapphic dream, featuring the Grammy-winning star having the time of her life with a group of girls at a slumber party in a big and wonderful mansion.
There are some sensual moments in the clip while the video looks like a lot of fun where she and her friends are rolling around on top of each other in a bed. Some critics have accused Billie because she had not talked openly about her sexuality before of queerbaiting.
The star posted some behind-the-scenes pics from filming the “Lost Cause” video and captioning “I love girls,” many are reading it as a response to queerbaiting allegations and the public coming out.
Billie hasn’t offered any follow-up or response to her “I love girls” post. We will be streaming “Lost Cause” on loop in the meantime.
Reactions to Billie Eilish’s Come out
Wonder fans reacted on social media websites and started speculating about what was going on and if her cryptic caption was some public, coming-out message. “WHAT’S HAPPENING?! PLS NORMALIZE CONTEXT BABE,” one fan commented.
Another fan asked: “IS BILLIE EILISH JUST TRYING TO APPRECIATE GIRLS??? DID BILLIE EILISH JUST CAME OUT???? WHAT IS HAPPENING CAUSE I DON’T WANNA TAKE IT IN THE WRONG WAY.”
Another tweeted: “LORDE’S TEAM ACCIDENTALLY RELEASED HER NEW SONG, BILLIE EILISH CAME OUT, 1989 (TAYLOR’S VERSION) NOWHERE TO BE FOUND, MY TIMELINE IS SO MESSIER THAN CLOSURE’S INTRO.”
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