Billie Eilish's apology is very thoughtful, but is this enough to convince any of her detractors? The apology is heartfelt and sincere, but the singer's actual behavior has been less than remorseful. She claims that she was under the influence of cocaine when the incident took place.
But did Billie Eilish's music video for “This Girl is Not a Boy” really promote drug use? I'll be honest, I don't think it did.
Sorry, but I am not buying your argument. It doesn't look like Billie was having too much fun on the video, as she was being filmed from several angles. She may have been having too much fun to become so angry and confused. But let's not forget that she is still young and in tune with how she looks.
Sorry, but I don't believe it. If you have seen this video, you would know that Billie was indeed having fun, even dancing along with her friends. The dancer who is taking the videos is wearing a skimpy pink bikini. Who in their right mind would want to take cocaine and put themselves through a sexual performance like that?
No, I don't think so, especially when a young woman is being filmed in such an inappropriate and demeaning manner. This does not bode well for Billie Eilish's credibility as an artist. She does not have a lot of people's trust in her.
Billie Eilish must find other ways to prove her innocence, instead of apologizing. If she wants to apologize, she should use her talent to help stop abuse.
A song's video does not have to promote drugs or crime. In fact, a song like “She Hit Me Like a Man,” or “Won't Get in My Way,” which are both from her album, “Love, Loss and Desire,” have no bearing on the real issue.
We do, however, need to acknowledge the reality of drug abuse, and the negative effects it has on those that abuse them. Whether you are using cocaine, crack, marijuana or heroin, or alcohol, it can do more harm than good, especially when it is taken in excess.
So, as you may have noticed, Billie Eilish has made some big apologies. She has also claimed she is sorry for her actions. That's all she can do. But she cannot make up for her own actions, at this time.
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