The act of racism that occurred in Minnesota, where an African American man loses his life in the hands of a policeman, has managed to move the artist community, among them is the interpreter of ‘Lovely’.
Billie Eilish is an 18-year-old American singer and songwriter. She became known when she was 13 'with her single “Ocean Eyer” which was released in 2015. Since then, she has not rested from fame thanks to her successes.
The composer raised her voice through her Instagram account, where she revealed her discontent with the whole subject of racism and the murder of George Floyd, who died of suffocation at the hands of a Minnesota police officer.
"I have a huge platform and I work hard to be respectful and take the time to think about what I say and how I say it," Billie began to say on her Instagram account. "But dear God, I'm going to speak!"
The singer has always been true to her beliefs. She shared a motto: "All lives matter." In the post where I continue saying: “No one says that your life doesn't matter. No one says that your life is not difficult. No one literally says anything about you ".
She highlighted: "If I hear one more white person say 'All Lives Matter', I'm going to lose my mind!" She revealed all her discontent for people who do not support the movement that arises after the act of racism against George Floyd.
Likewise, she took the opportunity to speak about a controversial issue in her country, such as carrying arms. She was very frank about it: "Why is it okay for whites to literally protest, asking them to stay home carrying semi-automatic weapons?".