Billie Eilish has faced backlash online by downsizing the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation case in an unreleased song.


Billie Eilish has recently been criticized by Internet users after dropping a new song that appears to have alluded to a defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.

The singer is currently touring the UK for her second album.

Eilish got a sneak peek at her unreleased tracks at the AO Arena in Manchester, England, on Tuesday, 7 June. However, because of the song’s lyrical content, she faced criticism online.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Billie Eilish’s new song references the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation trial.

According to Entertainment Tonight Canada, Billie Eilish debuted an unreleased song called ‘TV’ with her brother Finneas.

The 20-year-old said, ‘The internet is going crazy while movie stars are on trial and they’re playing Roe vs. Roe vs. While flipping Wade over,’ he sang emotionally.

The sensational Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation case lasted for weeks. The jury finally issued a verdict in favor of the Pirates of the Caribbean actor on June 1.

Meanwhile, Roe vs Wade was a groundbreaking issue. The Supreme Court has ruled that the US constitutional right to abortion could be voided within the next two months.

The author noted the lack of attention the Roe vs Wade case received because people were more involved in the Depp vs Heard trial.

It’s no surprise that Eilish mentioned the Roe vs Wade case. The musician spoke out about abortion at a concert in Texas last year.

She also admitted that she was considering canceling her show in Texas due to the state’s ban on abortion. However, she already realized that she could not punish the fans who were her victims.

Billie Eilish criticizes Twitter users

Billie Eilish was heavily criticized on Twitter for her unreleased track.

One user said, ‘Rovs Wade = a woman’s right to choose what happens to her body’. exorbitant! Depp vs Heard = The right of men wrongly accused of domestic violence to justice. exorbitant! Both are important for equality. Neither must be dismissed or reduced.’

Another user asked, ‘You mean movie star, someone was abused, and you’re not human because you’re famous?’

Another point is, ‘So we have Roe vs. Should I ignore Johnny Depp if I prefer Wade? How about Billie Eilish?’

Someone said, ‘Oh okay, I was afraid she wouldn’t comment. Now she can completely ignore her.’

One netizen said, ‘Are you saying, ‘I want to get attention too’?’

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