Billie Eilish has a lot to celebrate, but it seems like one thing she doesn’t have time for is any beef. It looks like the multiple Grammy winner got called out on some alleged behavior Bhad Bhabie, who seemed to be a friend of hers at one point.
Bhad Bhabie seemed to be friends with Billie Eilish at one point
Though she has put out a lot of music over the past couple of years, you probably know Bhad Bhabie best as the “catch me outside” girl from Dr. Phil who keeps making headlines for controversy and “bhad” behavior.
While it is unclear when their friendship began, they were photographed together at one point. And as late as last November, they seemed to still be friends when Bhabie posted a video of herself on Instagram, rapping to Megan The Stallion’s “Freak Nasty.”
Eilish commented on the post, saying “b*tch watch the road,” to which Bhabie responded with an eye-roll emoji.
Bhad Bhabie is asked about her friendship with Billie Eilish
While on Instagram Live, a fan asked Bhad Bhabie if she and Eilish are still friends and Bhabie took some time out to throw shade.
“I think I’m friends with Billie, I don’t know if Billie is my friend. Every time I DM her and give her my number, she doesn’t text me,” she said.
The rapper and television personality continued, “I mean, I don’t know, I guess that’s what happens when b*****s get famous. It could be that. I’m not tripping. I know who my real friends are.”
Eilish has yet to respond to anything that Bhabie has said. It is worth noting that she previously spoke about how she doesn’t look at her Instagram comments. In an interview, she said that she stopped reading the comments. “No, I stopped like two days ago. Literally two days ago. I stopped reading comments fully because it was ruining my life, once again. Yeah, it’s weird. Like, the cooler the things you get to do are, the more people hate you. It’s crazy.”
Granted, DMs are not the same as comments, she could be using the same logic.
Regardless, Eilish is likely not worried about any sort of drama right now as she just celebrated the one-year anniversary of her multi-Grammy winning, juggernaut debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?