Phoebe Bridgers criticizes TROLLS who BULLIED her on way to father’s funeral

Phoebe Bridgers criticizes TROLLS

In an interview with Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers discussed the challenges she’s faced on the way to fame.

Phoebe Bridgers has spoken out against her so-called “fans” for the “dehumanizing abuse” she received earlier this year.

Phoebe Bridgers criticizes TROLLS who BULLIED her

“I’m coming from a place of literally – I’m feeling it in my body as I’m saying it, but – people with my picture as their Twitter picture, who claim to like my music, f***ing bullied me at the airport on the way to my father’s funeral this year,” she told.

Bridgers made news in January when she was pictured at the airport with comedian Bo Burnham amid speculations that she separated from actor Paul Mescal, but she did not specify what exactly sparked the negative attention.

The “I Know the End” singer said her father had died days before the photographs went viral online.

In a recent interview with Them magazine, Bridgers and her boygenius teammates discussed how she was “bullied” by fans at the time.

“If you’re a kid and the internet somehow taught you that that’s an okay thing to do, then of course I hate capitalism and everything that led you to believe that it’s okay to do that,” Bridgers said. But, “I, at one of the lowest points of my life, saw people who claim to love me f***ing dehumanise me and shame me and f***ing bully me on the way to my dad’s wake.”

“It’s not like they didn’t know my dad just died,” she added. “A lot of the top comments [were] like, ‘Hey, her dad just died, what are you guys doing?’” Those who have chosen her image on their profile despite harassing her online: “I f***ing hate you,” Bridgers said, “and I hope you grow the f*** up.”

The four-time Grammy nominee expressed appreciation to her bandmates for all the support they gave her.

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On Friday (March 31), boygenius release their first full-length album titled The Record.

Helen Brown, writing for The Independent, gave the indie supergroup five stars and called their album “spectacular,” claiming that the whole was better than the parts.

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