Last month, the 18-year-old singer received what is probably the greatest honor a musician could wish for: she took home ten awards at the Grammy Awards.
A confirmation of Billie's skills and success. However, after winning, a rather gloomy time began for the young artist, plagued by self-doubt. She has now opened up about how online trolls have impacted her mental he alth.
The Daily Star's Wired column quoted her as saying: "It's been a tough week to be honest after winning 10 Grammys. I don't know how you're supposed to take that, especially when the whole world on the internet is like, 'You don't deserve it' - that was hard. It was weird that winning Grammys makes you question yourself and make you feel less than you are."
In response to her criticism, the artist decided to stop viewing the comments online. She explained: "Now I'm so grateful, it was just the internet that ruined my life, now I'm away from it." Also, Billie is happy that her James Bond theme song 'No Time To Die' was well received and even changed some people's minds. She added, "It's always nice to hear someone say, 'I didn't think this would be good and I was dead wrong.'"