Billie has also been chastised for her “splatter-painted” and “handpainted” CD album covers from Happier Than Ever. Instead of paying money for Billie to spatter paint on the covers, several users said they could do it themselves. Others chastised her for opting to “splatter-paint” the CD covers rather than autograph them.
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Despite being embroiled in numerous conflicts, Billie Eilish maintains a sizable fan base. On social media, a number of admirers rallied to the singer’s defence and expressed their support. Happier Than Ever, Billie Eilish’s new album, will be released on July 30th, 2021. In addition, the singer has announced a concert special.
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However, additional uproar arose when an interview footage heard Billie referring to Cindy from The Boondocks, her favourite cartoon character, as her favourite cartoon character. Users on social media chastised the artist for choosing a character infamous for using the word “blaccent” and being “oblivious to racial concerns.” To stay updated with the latest updates on celebrities, Hollywood, sports, technology and business, stay updated with the recent news of The Midget Herald.