Billie Eilish shared the photo of her sneakers on Instagram Stories that sparked debate over whether or not they’re white and pink, or white and mint green. Yes, this is the story of “The Infamous Dress” once again.
In 2015, the internet was torn between the two sides because of the color of a dress. Some said the color was white and gold, while others saw white and blue. This is a typical optical illusion game. So when fans asked Eilish about her dress color support, she shared a pretty similar story.
She posted a video of the Nike sneakers, mocking her father for describing them as “pink and white.” The singer received numerous messages of agreement with her father and then posted a series of videos proving the shoes to be mint green and white.
Not Billie Eilish who gets mad because everyone tells her you can see pink and white white I see pink and white in the videos, until she posted that last pic and now it ‘is mint green pic.twitter.com/DEc3ceYRwy
– Zoel (@Queenofkinggggs) October 18, 2020
She even shared images of the shoes as they are marketed by the brand. Released in 2017, they have been described as “barely green”. People on Twitter shared their views. Take a look below.
everyone will watch Billie Eilish’s story and try to tell me these shoes are not pink and white what is she smoking
– zara (@zarathelabel) October 18, 2020
not billie going wild over how these shoes are mint and white when they are literally pink and white pic.twitter.com/bNsXbf7mBv
– syti (@GomezvRare) October 18, 2020
every time I watch Billie Eilish’s story these shoes are a different color😭
HOW TF ARE THEY MINT AND WHITE AND NOT PINK AND WHITE !? I’M GOING CRAZY. HELP ME. pic.twitter.com/mYtmYIj8eS
– Kumarjit De (@_kumarjitde) October 18, 2020
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