Billie Eilish slams body shaming in a powerful short film, "Not My Responsibility," posted on the singer's YouTube and Instagram channels Tuesday evening, May 26.

The Grammy Award-winning singer created the short film herself. It premiered on the Miami kickoff show of her "Where Do We Go?" world tour, March 9. All following schedules on Eilish's tour have been postponed following the social distancing protocols in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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"Not My Responsibility" features the "Bad Guy" singer dressed in a black hoodie against a pitch-black background. With moving lights showing Eilish's face and her hair, she slowly starts to pull down her sweater zipper and starts asking: "Do you know me? Really know me?"

Her powerful monologue is accompanied by a droning electronic tune, as she continues to declare "you have opinions about my opinions, about my music, about my clothes, about my body."

As she continues to remove her hoodie, she notes the public's polarizing comments on what she wears and how others use it to shame her and other people. Billie Eilish then asks: "Would you like me to be smaller? Weaker? Softer? Taller?"

The young pop icon even asks the people if they didn't want the body with which she was born.

Billie Eilish continues to deliver her monologue about judging others based on their size and on what they wear. The short film continues to feature the singer stripping off before going completely under the water.

"Is my value based only on your perception? Or is your opinion of me... not my responsibility," Eilish narrates as the film leaves only the pool of water, and the singer is rising shortly after.

In an interview with youth and pop culture publication Dazed, Billie Eilish explained why she wears baggy clothes. Her oversized fashion choice has become a part of her signature look together with her colorful hair. She frankly admits that the reason she did it was that "I hated my body."

Eilish has also faced criticism over her clothing. When a picture of her wearing tank tops instead of her usual baggy clothes, she shared that she saw comments from people criticizing her because of her outfit. Her experience with people criticizing her body and clothing has made the singer avoid looking at herself; she shared in the interview.

Last May 13, Eilish took to social media to announce the postponement of the remaining dates of her "Where Do We Go?" world tour, in promotion of her debut album. While she has already performed the first three shows, including the Miami kickoff show, followed by shows in Orlando and Raleigh, NC, the rest of the tour had to be postponed because of the coronavirus.

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Eilish, together with k.d. lang and Eric Burton of the Black Pumas, was among the musicians who conducted a panel discussion in celebration of Peggy Lee's 100th Birthday held last Tuesday. The panel discussion was a part of the Grammy Museum's virtual exhibit honoring the life and works of the prolific jazz-pop singer and actress.

Watch "Not My Responsibility" below: