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Billie Eilish has been slammed for mocking Asian accents and using a racist slur in resurfaced videos.
The Bad Guy singer, 19, used the word "ch*nk", an offensive slur referring to a person of Chinese descent, in the first video.
In a second clip, Billie appears to mock an Asian accent, while her brother Finneas later calls her out for speaking with a "black accent".
A TikTok video shared by user @lcxvy on Monday compiles the two clips, but it is not known when they were recorded or in what context they were filmed.
The videos have been shared on Twitter, with many social media users calling for Billie to be "cancelled" as a result.
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One tweeted: "No longer a fan of Billie Eilish after she mocked asians and their accents."
"Billie Eilish mocking black and asian accents is so gross," another posted.
A third Twitter user wrote: "You owe Asian Americans an apology for what you just said on @tiktok_us."
Some of Billie's fans argued that the video could be as a result of Billie having Tourette's syndrome, which causes involuntary tics.
She used the word 'ch*nk', an offensive slur referring to a person of Chinese descent, in the first video
One tweeted: "Maybe Billie was tic-ing, remember she has Tourette's Syndrome."
Another wrote: "She has tourette's so that could've been the thing about the slur? I don't know I don't wanna speak wrong about that"
Billie revealed in 2018 that she has the disorder, but said that she gets physical tics, not verbal ones.
She said on her Instagram Story: "I would love to get this straight so everyone can stop acting goofy…
She appeared to be mocking an Asian accent
"I have diagnosed Tourette's. I've never mentioned it on the internet because nobody thinks I'm dead***.. As well as… the fact that I've never wanted people to think of Tourette's every time they think of me.
"And my tics are only physical and not super noticeable to others if you're not really paying attention. (Believe me, having them is a whole different type of misery)."
"My Tourette's makes easy things a lot harder," she continued. "Certain things increase and/or trigger the intensity of my tics, but it's something I grew up with and am used to.. My family and closest friends know it as a part of me.
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"I've taught myself ways of suppressing my tics and certain techniques to help reduce them when I don't want to be distracting in certain situations… But again suppressing them only makes things worse after the moment is over…
"Not gonna go into FULL detail but if you want to know more, I am an open book. Wasn't planning on talking about this on here maybe ever but it's gotten to a point… lol.
"These compilations y'all been making of my tics are lowkey funny even when y'all make fun of them and s**t. I know you're all confused so as to what it is, so just to let ya know… It’s Tourette's."
The Mirror has contacted reps for Billie Eilish and is currently awaiting comment.