Billie Eilish has recently parted ways with her boyfriend, Matthew Tyler Vorce, following the rumours that he had cheated on her. Matthew has also confirmed the news in an Instagram post but denied that he was unfaithful to the singer. While taking to the Instagram story, Matthew Tyler claimed, “Nobody cheated on anyone.” While confirming the break-up, the actor added, “Relationships end. Simple as that. Creating rumours and LYING on the internet is dangerous.”
Hitting back at some of Billie’s fans who began trolling him following the news, Matthew added, “The fact that thousands of people take time out of their day to write the most heinous things on someone they will never know posts is the most cowardly thing you can do.” The actor again took to his Instagram story to slam back at the critics. Tyler Vorce shared a news piece while slamming its headline that reads, “Billie Eilish reportedly breaks up with boyfriend Matthew Tyler Vorce who she was too good for anyway.”
While slamming the piece, the actor wrote, “Someone got the degree and wrote this headline.” He then wrote in his next story, “In another news I am officially a new Orleans @saints season ticket holder.” Billie Eilish’s ex-boyfriend Matthew Tyler Vorce is continuously getting hate on social media. For unversed, Billie and Matthew’s relationship rumours first swirled the internet around April last year when they were spotted out on a coffee date together.
The former couple managed to keep their relationship private and out of the spotlight. Moreover, they did not attend any public events together or post about one another on social media. Reports suggested they had been ‘inseparable’ at a birthday party for Doja Cat last year, but were rarely seen out together. There had also been rumours swirling that Matthew was the ‘secret boyfriend’ that Billie mentioned in her 2021 Apple TV+ documentary, Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry.
Meanwhile, after it was revealed that they were dating, Matthew faced the wrath of fans as he had previously posted racist and homophobic remarks on social media. The actor was forced to apologize for the offensive insults, including describing Adele as the ‘British Miss Piggy’ back in 2012. Previously in June, when Eilish’s Rolling Stone cover came out, Vorce posted a public apology on his Instagram Story for using “offensive” language on social media in the past.