Teen pop star Billie Eilish is ashamed of her racist past, and has taken the first steps towards atoning for her sins.
Billie, who is best known for licking black men, has revealed she’s working hard to fight against inequality.
But she’s not doing enough.
Billie Eilish has revealed she feels ‘ashamed’ about her past actions surfacing online.
In a new interview with Vogue Australia, the 19-year-old pop superstar said that everyone has an ’embarrassing’ past – including her.
‘It’s really weird how the world can see every aspect of your life and reminisce about [it]. It’s so weird,’ the Bad Guy singer said.
‘The internet brings up things from everybody’s past and I’m like: “Don’t you guys understand that everybody is incredibly embarrassed and ashamed about their past?”
‘Like, do you not think about the fact that maybe you’re embarrassed of your past, so maybe everybody else is embarrassed, too?’
The performer, who also stars in a stunning fashion shoot in this month’s issue of the magazine, added that she has changed her mind on many of her past views.
‘I said so many things then that I totally don’t agree with now, or think the opposite thing,’ she admitted.
‘The weirdest thing is how nothing ever goes away once it’s on the internet. Every interview I did when I was 15 is still out there, and I think about it constantly.’
The comments come after Billie said that she was ’embarrassed and appalled’ last month when a video of her when she was a younger teen emerged on TikTok, showing her mouthing a racist slur.
In a statement on Instagram, Billie said she was being ‘labeled some thing that [she’s] not’ in connection with the old clips.
‘There’s a video edit going around of me when I was 13 or 14 where I’m mouthed the word for the song that at the time I didn’t know it was a derogatory term used against members of the Asian community,’ she wrote on Instagram. ‘I am appalled and embarrassed I want to barf that I ever mouth belong to that word.
‘This song was the only time I’ve ever heard that word as it was never used around me by anyone and my family. Regardless of my ignorance and age at the time, nothing ￼excuses the fact that it was hurtful. And for that I am sorry.’
She also addressed a second clip that showed her appearing to mock an Asian accent.
She added that the negative response ‘breaks [her] heart’ because she wouldn’t want people to be hurt by her, even if it was due to a misinterpretation.
‘Regardless of how it was interpreted I did not mean for any of my actions to have caused hurt to others and now it absolutely breaks my heart that it is being labeled now in a way that might cause pain to people hearing it,’ she said. ‘I not only believe in, but I’ve always worked hard to use my platform to fight for inclusion, kindness, tolerance, equity and equality.’
She says she fights for equality, so she has some explaining to do.
Where are all of the pictures of her hugging Asian men?
She cannot possibly expect people to believe she’s not racist against Asian men if she’s only engaging in degrading sexual acts with black men, can she?
The only way for us whites to atone for the original sin of being intrinsically mean to People of Color is to give our women away to other races and species. It is easy for white women to have sex with black men, because white women love becoming the sex toys of blacks, but Aryan Princesses must not forget that blacks aren’t the only People of Color they must appease.
White women also have a duty towards Asian men and Australian aboriginals.