Billie Eilish’s boyfriend Matthew Tyler Vorce has been receiving backlash on Twitter for alleged controversial tweets. However, Billie has hinted they are fake. Here’s a look at what happened!

The news about Billie and Matthew being in a relationship hit social media after the two were spotted together in April in Santa Barbara, California. Following this, the par was recently spotted enjoying a trip to Disneyland. However, their relationship is now being questioned by fans.

Matthew Tyler Vorce’s alleged tweets explored

On June 13, several fans called out Matthew after alleged old tweets of him surfaced online. In it, fans pointed out that some controversial statements were made by him.

These tweets date back to 2011 and some are from 2017. After the tweets went viral, fans asked Billie to break her silence on the same. Her social media comments were filled with fans asking the singer to shed more light on Matthew’s posts that were made in the past.

Amid this backlash, Matthew hinted that the statements had an ironic undertone to them. He claimed this while replying to a comment made by one of the social media users.

The comment by the user read: “Billie black screened us last year telling us to be nice to people surrounding her. But people don’t care at all. People who are now bullying them are not much better than him.

The user continued, “The Trump comment was against Trump. When you don’t get irony then you can’t understand it.” To this, Matthew replied “FINALLY!”

Billie Eilish reacts to backlash

After staying tight-lipped for a long time, Billie finally decided to respond in a subtle way. The singer liked a post on social media and put forward her views on the ongoing Twitter drama.

The post read: “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 are so dumb. Some of you just need to learn how to mind your business.”

Twitter tries to ‘cancel’ the singer

Following this, fans were upset to see that Billie had liked a post where her fans were called “embarrassing.” This led many people to hop on the cancel culture trend.

Within minutes, fans tried to ‘cancel’ the singer on social media with many throwing away her merch items.

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