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Billie Eilish has raised a few eyebrows again with her most recent clapback to trolls who have accused her of being in her 'flop era'.
Although the singer has recently released new music and a documentary about her rise to fame, it seems as though some former fans are turning against her and claiming she's losing her relevance and is heading into a 'flop era'.
But the teen doesn't seem to be too put out by her detractors, sharing a video to TikTok in which she could be seen smirking and rolling her eyes alongside the words: "Is it just me or is Billie in her flop era like why does she suck now..."
Sharing the clip on TikTok she wrote the caption: "Literally all I see on the app... eat my dust, my t**s are bigger than yours."
The clip, which has picked up more than five million likes, saw fans rushing to show support with one posting: "You're incredible. Don't let them get to you."
Referring to her new single 'NDA', which was released last Friday (9 July), another said: "I mean the song is actually good. People are just mad so they are hating the song."
A third person replied: "I loved you before and I love you now. Never stop doing you."
Someone else warned: "I think y'all forget she's human, too, and she will watch your videos even though you might not think it."
This isn't the first outlandish comment Eilish has made on TikTok in recent days.
Earlier this month she shocked her millions of followers after sharing a clip of herself lying in bed munching on some food before casually asking: "Who wants to eat me out?"
As you can imagine, Eilish's followers were left taken aback by the bizarre question.
One wrote: "DID NOT EXPECT THAT BILLIE."
Someone else said: "Last thing I was expecting to hear."
A third commented: "I was not expecting that ending."
Someone else reckoned Eilish may have used the unusual video as a way to bring a bit of attention to her upcoming album, writing: "This is an interesting album promotion."
Which is not a ridiculous theory, given that Eilish recently announced that her eagerly anticipated second album Happier Than Ever drops on 30 July.
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