Billie Eilish repeatedly smacks own boob to draw pet dog's attention in viral video, fans say 'she has no fears'
In the first video, she smacked herself so hard that her small dog immediately looked up in what seemed to be concern as Eilish laughed
Billie Eilish has found a unique and bizarre way to get the attention of her pet pooch in a video that has gone viral. The 'Bad Guy' singer took to her Instagram stories in the early hours of Tuesday, December 1, to share some videos which showed her smacking herself hard in her own boob in order to get the attention of her dog.
In the first video, she smacked herself so hard that her small dog immediately looked up in what seemed to be concern as Eilish laughed. In the second video, she did it again which resulted in her dog looking up confused and concerned yet again. In the third video she shared, she told her followers that she was totally fine and was not at all hurt by any of the strikes. She said, "When you’ve got yiddies like this, nothing hurts", as she proceeded to smack herself again. The videos started to go viral across social media with Eilish's name trending across social media platforms such as Twitter.
ONYGODHEBXJSK BILLIE EILISH 😂😂😂😂😂 i died @ “i like yo cut g” 😭 pic.twitter.com/At1T1o2Ekd— 👽 (@airarnz) December 1, 2020
Many amused social media users commented on the videos that she shared. One such user wrote, "Billie Eilish just gave 2020 the titty slap heard round the world!" Another commented, "Billie Eilish slapping her titties and her dog freaking out over the snacking sound is fcking hilarious." "billie eilish saying “i like ya cut g” and then slapping her titties was NOT something i thought id see today," yet another shared.
Billie Eilish just gave 2020 the titty slap heard round the world!— mAySaWn DeRuLo (@masawnderulo) December 1, 2020
Billie Eilish slapping her titties and her dog freaking out over the snacking sound is fcking hilarious— May⁷ (@MOONCHlLD20) December 1, 2020
billie eilish saying “i like ya cut g” and then slapping her titties was NOT something i thought id see today— ash 🐱 (@_asliboop) December 1, 2020
Another user wrote, "billie eilish slapping her boobs goes to show she has no fears whatsoever." While another commented and said, "Billie Eilish smacking her yiddies on her Instagram story cured my depression." Yet another wrote, "Everybody needs to watch Billie Eilish’s insta story RIGHT NOW IMMEDIATELY. I’m CACKLING."
billie eilish slapping her boobs goes to show she has no fears whatsoever— ⁹¹ (@lousgoodgirl) December 1, 2020
Billie Eilish smacking her yiddies on her Instagram story cured my depression— Al (@allyrnaso) December 1, 2020
Everybody needs to watch Billie Eilish’s insta story RIGHT NOW IMMEDIATELY. I’m CACKLING.— jacklin (@JacklinJanna) December 1, 2020
Billie Eilish was recently featured in Vanity Fair who published the latest in a series of annual interviews which have documented her rise to fame. Eilish answered some of the questions the same each time and had also shared some predictions as to what her future would be like.
In the last interview, she wondered about how much could possibly change in the course of the year, Billboard noted. She answered this question in her latest interview and said she feels very grateful that she has fared well amid the raging coronavirus pandemic which has gripped the world. She shared, "Definitely not where I thought I’d be currently, but also not mad at it. I’m very, very lucky to have had this year play out the way it did because for a lot of people, it was literal hell and I am very aware that I’ve been very blessed for the fortune I had this year."
She had also shared some of the clips from the Vanity Fair interview in her Instagram stories.
During a 2019 interview, she had got candid about her body image issues and said she has suffered from depression. "I’ve never felt comfortable in really tiny clothes," she shared referring to a time when she performed in a competitive dance company. "I was always worried about my appearance. That was the peak of my body dysmorphia. I couldn’t look in the mirror at all," she said.