Billie Eilish Has Hilarious Comeback for People Saying She’s in Her 'Flop Era'

Billie Eilish, whose second studio album arrives later this month, shared a brief response to comments she's seen on TikTok about a so-called "flop era."


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Those with an apparent misunderstanding of what it means to actually be in one’s “flop era” were given a brief talking-to by Billie Eilish on Monday.

In a clip shared to TikTok, the Happier Than Ever artist informed fans she’s been seeing a lot of “flop era” remarks directed at her on the platform as of late, though she made it clear she’s not too concerned about such comments.

At the end of this month, Eilish will release her second studio album featuring the recently released fifth single “NDA.” In the three days since its release, the Eilish-directed video for “NDA” had already amassed nearly 12 million views on YouTube and was still trending on the site.

Responding to the “flop era” chatter she said she’s been seeing on TikTok, Eilish offered some advice on Monday for anyone who shares that opinion.

“Literally all I see on this app,” she said. “Eat my dust my tits are bigger than yours.”

The Happier Than Ever era kicked off in July of last year with the release of “My Future,” though the full rollout experience didn’t kick into motion until this year. 

The new album will arrive a little more than two years after her globally ubiquitous debut When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? That album, as is well-documented, ultimately went on to win Album of the Year (and several other awards) at the 2020 edition of the Grammys.

Eilish will embark on a world tour in support of Happier Than Ever in 2022, starting with a Smoothie King Center date in New Orleans in February. She also has a number of festival appearances slated for this year, including Life Is Beautiful in Las Vegas with fellow headliners ASAP Rocky and Young Thug.

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