Billie, who dropped her highly anticipated album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go,” has reportedly sold over 10 million records while recently scooping up five awards at the 2020 Grammys, including “Best Album” and “Best New Artist.”
And ever since her global fame, Bhad Bhabie, real name Danielle Bregoli, says that the “Bad Guy” hitmaker is ignoring her, before going on to insinuate that fame and money had gotten to the singer’s head.
During an Instagram Live session with her fans on March 28, the 17-year-old was open and honest when she said she wasn’t sure where things stand between her and Eilish.
‘I think I’m friends with Billie, I don’t know if Billie is my friend. Every time I DM her and give her my number, she doesn’t text me,’ Bregoli said.
‘I mean, I don’t know, I guess that’s what happens when b****es get famous. It could be like that. I’m not tripping. I know who my real friends are.’
Interestingly enough, it was just a year ago when Bregoli spoke rather highly of her distant pal in her interview with Billboard.
During her chat with the mag in March 2019, the “Gucci Flip Flops” rapper gushed about being able to be herself around the 18-year-old, who’d become a very close friend to her in a short matter of time.
‘I love her as a person ’cause she’s just so real. I just love her so much. I feel like I can be real around her. She’s not gonna judge me,’ Bregoli shared.
The two first became friends following the death of their mutual friend XXXTentacion in 2018. From what the “Dr. Phil” star has said, there was an instant connection between them and everything seemed perfectly fine until Eilish’s chart-topping success saw her become a different person.
‘We linked up. We were like all right, well, we both just lost him. We just sat and listened to his music all day and cried. We did go to Wingstop, though, I remember that,’ she continued.
Still, Bregoli has nothing but love for the blonde beauty. When a fan asked her whether she would ever record a collaboration with Eilish, the former redhead said it will happen ‘when the time is right,’ indicating that even though she thinks her friend has changed, they could still make music together.
Eilish recently recorded the theme for the forthcoming 007 movie “No Time To Die,” and reportedly plans to start work on her sophomore album in the coming months.