Billie Eilish Was Afraid Of Eminem? Relationship Dynamics Explained

Billie Eilish and Eminem
Billie Eilish and Eminem
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Billie Eilish and Eminem’s dynamic seems to have grown up after their 2019-20 indirect interaction. The 20-year-old singer said that she was scared of Eminem. After which Eminem responded to this with a mention of that in a track of his.

Now in a turn of events, a source on Twitter informs of both being in a relationship. According to the tweet, Billie has confirmed of them being in relationship. And has also suggested a possible music collaboration between them.

The 2019 interaction

Billie Eilish revealed how she’s terrified of Eminem. In an interview, she was asked to choose between Eminem and Childish Gambino. In her response, she said, ”I have to say, Childish Gambino, one billion percent. I was scared of Eminem my whole life.”

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“Terrified. That dude freaked the f**k out of me. Oh my god. But you know, Childish Gambino created me, dude. I don’t even know, that’s crazy, that’s a god, you can’t even put him in a list of other people.” she continued.

After this interview, however, Eminem responded to her through a rap. In 2020, Eminem released the deluxe version of his album ‘Music to be murdered by‘. Eminem referred to Billie in one of the album’s tracks.

In the song ‘Alfred’s Theme’, Eminem raps, “But really I’m just fulfilling my wish of killing rhymes / Which is really childish and silly, but I’m really like this / I’m giving nightmares to Billie Eilish.”

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The relationship between Billie Eilish and Eminem now

After over a year of all this, a recent development suggests that they are dating now. A tweet suggests that Billie has confirmed being in a relationship with Eminem. Moreover, she termed it as an “unorthodox dynamic which works.”

The tweet made by Hip Hop Facts read, “Billie Eilish has confirmed the rumors circulating that she is in a relationship with rapper Eminem. “It’s sort of an unorthodox dynamic between us but it works.” Asked if this meant collaborative music in the future she laughed and said “I guess we’ll see!”