Billie Eilish, 19, accused of using racial slur and mocking Asian accents in resurfaced videos and fans demand apology

BILLIE Eilish, 19, was accused of using a racial slur and mocking Asian accents in a series of resurfaced videos.

Her fans are demanding she apologize.

Over the weekend, a TikTok user shared a compilation of videos where the singer was seemingly acting problematic by making racist remarks.

In the video, Billie had filmed herself at different moments and in one of them, she mouthed the word "c**nk."

In other moments, she and her brother Finneas were interacting before she mocked him by adoption an Asian accent.

There was another clip where Billie, who appeared to be in school at the time, made fun of an Asian worker.

Following the video, fans were left disappointed as she has become an icon and a role model for many teens.

One person wrote: "So nice when people record themselves being s**tty for posterity. Remember, kids, the internet never forgets."

A second one tweeted: "[…] Cancel her please."

While a third one commented: "Billie Eilish has been racist to Asians on multiple occasions (saying the c word and mocking Asian languages) but no one ever talks about it."

A fourth one added: "Billie done goofed up."

Despite being a fan favorite, Billie has been on some hot water recently as she was accused of "queerbating" with her most recent music video.

The 19-year-old singer's fans claimed she'd been hinting she's LGBTQ with her Lost Cause music video, in which she dances with a group of girls in a slumber party setting.

Fans also pointed out Billie's recent Instagram post, in which she shared photos from the video and wrote: "I love girls."

So critics felt misled when the singer was seen with actor Matthew, 29, in Disneyland last week.

Billie and Matthew, who both had face masks on, were joined on their date by a bodyguard during their VIP tour.

Amid the confusion, one fan tweeted: "If Billie Eilish says she's straight after this music vid ima be mad because that's straight queerbaiting."

Another wrote: "Is Billie Eilish bi? Or did I just watch four minutes of queerbaiting done by a straight person?"

A third wanted to know, "Did Billie Eilish just come out?" while sharing a screenshot of her "I love girls" caption.

The Bad Guy singer previously came under fire over her 2019 song Wish You Were Gay, which is about a man who isn't interested in her.

However, it doesn't stop there as her new relationship with Matthew Tyler Vorce has also been an issue for fans- not only because of the age difference but because of his past.

Matthew has been accused of using the 'N' word to describe black people, while also describing gay men as "f*****s."

Another tweet, which appeared to have been posted from his Twitter account in 2012, described English singer Adele as "a British Miss Piggy."

One message on the account also featured a quote from the serial killer famously referenced in the Christian Bale movie, American Psycho.

Evil Edmund Emil Kemper had said: "When I see a pretty girl walking down the street, I think two things. One part wants me to take her out, talk to her, be real nice and sweet and treat her right.

"The other part of me wants to know what her head would look like on a stick."

Screenshots of the vile messages have just emerged online and range in date from 2011 to 2017.

Singer Billie, who was recently spotted at Disneyland in California with Matthew, would have been 9 years old when the serial killer quote was allegedly posted.

Matthew has not spoken publicly about the accusations, though HITC claims he has replied to one fan message, hinting that a tweet about Donald Trump had "ironic undertones."

The tweet had said the poster would be "giving all my friends presidential erections" if Trump made it to the White House.

A fan has since commented: "The Trump comment was against Trump. When you don't get irony than you don't understand it [sic]."

Matthew appears to have replied yesterday with: "FINALLY!!!"

Billie, meanwhile, seems to have liked an Instagram post that appeared to suggest the historic tweets were completely fake.

The post said: "This fandom is so embarrassing sometimes like why would you go in someone's comments and say something that you literally don't even know is true and something y'all LITERALLY MADE UP.

"Sometimes y'all so dumb. Some of you need to learn how to mind your business."

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