While he has more than 64 million people following his posts right now, the star’s homepage is likely to look empty right now, considering he’s not following any accounts.
This week, fans noticed that the Grammy-winning singer was not following anyone on the platform. Currently, your page shows you are following an account, although no name is displayed when clicked, a potential failure. Whatever the case, the reason behind the sudden suspension is unclear. Some fans have pointed to a post that Eilish allegedly shared on her Instagram story and then deleted, which read, “If I’m following your abuser, DM ME and I’ll stop following them. I support you.” ME! News has been unable to verify the alleged publication.
ME! The news has also reached out to the Eilish representative for comment.
Meanwhile, the star has been using her Instagram platform to speak up in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and encourage fans to take the coronavirus pandemic seriously, including telling fans directly in an Instagram story that “it’s really very big deal now and it’s not a joke. “
And, while she’s connected with fans on social media, it may take a while for them to be in the same room with her again. Last month, her team announced that the remaining dates of her world tour had been postponed as a result of the pandemic.
“As a precaution, all dates on Billie’s world tour WHERE ARE WE GOING? They have been postponed. All dates are proactively rescheduled,” confirmed a tweet. “As soon as the dates are up, Billie will share the updated schedule and all tickets will be honored accordingly. Thank you for your understanding. Stay safe and stay home.”