Billie Eilish’s boyfriend Matthew Tyler Vorce apologizes for using offensive slurs in old posts – .

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Billie Eilish’s boyfriend Matthew Tyler Vorce apologizes for using offensive slurs in old posts – .


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Billie Eilish first sparked romance talks with Matthew Tyler Vorce when they were apparently seen out on dates together starting in April.

Now, about two months into their relationship, Vorce has taken to his Instagram page to apologize for the racist and homophobic posts he made on Twitter and Facebook.

The 29-year-old actor is said to have used offensive slurs about blacks and gays, as well as humiliating comments, notably describing famous singer Adele as “British Miss Piggy” in 2012.

Addressing his behavior, he wrote: “I want to apologize for the things I wrote on social media in the past. “

Billie Eilish’s boyfriend Matthew Tyler Vorce took to Instagram and apologized for using racist, homophobic and humiliating slurs in old social media posts

“The language I used was hurtful and irresponsible and I understand how offensive these words are.

“Whether it’s lyrics, a quote, or just me being stupid, it doesn’t matter,” Vorce wrote on his Insta-Story.

“I am ashamed and deeply sorry to have used them in any context. This is not how I was brought up and it is not what I stand for. I shouldn’t have used this language in the first place and I won’t be using it again. I am so sorry for the harm I have caused.

He ended by proclaiming, “I take full responsibility and continue to hold myself accountable for my actions.

So sorry: Vorce, 29, who was romantically linked to Eilish from April, said he had

So sorry: Vorce, 29, who was romantically linked to Eilish from April, said he was “ashamed and deeply sorry” for using the slurs in any context

It's on me!  Vorce took full responsibility for his actions in apologizing

It’s on me! Vorce took full responsibility for his actions in apologizing

Apparently coming to his defense, Eilish (born Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell) has since liked a post from a fan who hinted that old posts attributed to Vorce may be bogus.

“This fandom is so embarrassing sometimes, like why would you go into someone’s comments and say something you don’t even know to be true and something you all have LITERALLY DONE,” he said. it started in an article in Def Noodles.

“Sometimes you’re all so stupid. Some of you just need to learn to mind your own business.

Using the Instagram handle @corduroygraham, Vorce has 41,000 followers, but he recently made his account private.

As an actor, he is best known for his roles in the TV movie Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? (2016) alongside James Franco, as well as Little Monsters (2012), Return Home (2016) and Dark Hours: Typee (2016).

Going public: Def Noodles called Ellish's boyfriend on social media

Going public: Def Noodles called Ellish’s boyfriend on social media

Compilation: Social media user Def Noodles shared a compilation of some of the alleged posts with insults from the past

Compilation: Social media user Def Noodles shared a compilation of some of the alleged posts with insults from the past

Love!  Elish appeared to be defending Vorce by liking a fan post hinting that old posts attributed to Vorce were bogus

Love! Elish appeared to be defending Vorce by liking a fan post hinting that old posts attributed to Vorce were bogus

Eilish herself has been criticized for an old TikTok video that has resurfaced.

The singer is accused of making fun of several ethnic accents and using a derogatory term for people of Chinese descent.

TikTok user @lcxvy posted the incendiary clip to the platform on Monday, and it totaled a million views as of Thursday morning.

The authenticity of the clip, which carried the hashtag “#billieeilishcancelled”, has not yet been confirmed and the context is unclear.

Another video clip would depict the singer’s brother, Finneas Baird O’Connell, calling him for speaking in a blaccent ‘, according to the New York Post.

Called: Eilish herself has been slammed for an old TikTok video where she is accused of making fun of several ethnic accents and using a derogatory term for people of Chinese descent

Called: Eilish herself has been slammed for an old TikTok video where she is accused of making fun of several ethnic accents and using a derogatory term for people of Chinese descent

Family matters: Another music video reportedly depicts singer's brother Finneas Baird O'Connell calling him for speaking with a blaccent

Family Matters: Another music video would feature singer’s brother Finneas Baird O’Connell calling her for speaking with a blaccent, “according to the New York Post

The week before, Eilish had been accused of “queerbaiting” by some followers after sharing a number of behind-the-scenes snaps from her Lost Cause video.

(The term has come to describe the phenomenon of artists alluding to or pretending to be part of the LGBTQ community without explicitly saying so, in an attempt to please queer fans.)

In the stills, the singer frolic with girlfriends at a party and stages an animated display, sticking out her tongue as they all posed together.

However, after sharing the bold images with the ‘I Love Girls’ caption, Billie was criticized in the comments section, with some of her 86.9 million fans and followers questioning her motives and actions.

A TikTok user with the nickname Wap.Lover posted a post in which she wrote: “Acting sexually with girls to get more audiences is disgusting. ”

Some commentators have come to her defense, claiming that she was only 14 in the compiled clips, while others contend the clips were taken out of context and Eilish needed to explain exactly what happened. past.

Under Fire: The previous week, Eilish was accused of queerbaiting by some subscribers after sharing a number of behind-the-scenes snaps from her Lost Cause video

Under Fire: The previous week, Eilish was accused of queerbaiting by some subscribers after sharing a number of behind-the-scenes snaps from her Lost Cause video

Queerbaiting accusations: In the stills, the singer frolics with girlfriends at a party and features an animated display, sticking out her tongue as they all pose closely together

Queerbaiting accusations: In the stills, the singer frolics with girlfriends at a party and features an animated display, sticking out her tongue as they all pose closely together

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