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While Richard continues to exercise, it is no longer his primary focus.
He now enjoys both early runs and skating.
He is currently a stuntman for the Los Angeles show “Waterworld,” where he is set on fire multiple times a day before dropping into the ocean from great heights.
Richard’s response to being asked about his future goals is unexpected: he wants to be a scientist specialising in quantum physics or an engineer at NASA.
While Billie appeared to be enjoying her scenic vacation at the moment, she later opened up to Dazed magazine in April 2020 about the terrible abuse she received for her post.
“I saw comments like, ‘How dare she talk about not wanting to be sеxualized and still wear this?!’” Billie recalled the internet backlash she received for the swimsսit photos in her Instagram posts.
“It was popular. ‘I don’t like her anymore since she’s a whore as soon as she becomes 18,’ one person said. I’m not going to win, guy. “I can’t win.”
The Los Angeles native also discussed a time when she felt uneasy in her own skin.
“I was naked last year and didn’t recognise my body because I hadn’t seen it in a long time,” she added. “I’d see it now and then and think, ‘Whose body is that?’”
In a separate interview with Elle, the “Therefore I Am” singer discussed how internet bullying affected her during her adolescence. She also stated that in her singing career, she wore baggy clothes “because of [her] body.”
“If that had happened three years ago, when I was in the midst of my horrible body relationship — or dancing a tonne, five years ago, I wasn’t really eating,” Billie stated in January 2021, referring to the public backlash.
“I was starving myself… When I was 12, I took a medication that claimed to help me lose weight but only caused me to pee on the bed. It’s completely insane. I can’t believe it.”
She continued by saying that she “thought [she] would be the only one dealing with [her] hatred for [her] body,” but that “I guess the internet also hates my body.” That’s fantastic… “The internet despises women.”
Regardless of the body-shaming, Billie promotes self-love, and her admirers praised her for sharing those vacation photographs at the time by commenting on her post.
“Don’t listen to the idiots,” one follower said in response to her 2020 Instagram post. “They are not real fans if they body-shame anyone!”
Many more chimed on, with one saying, “You are a beautiful and talented young lady.” “Do whatever brings you joy!”
Billie said that she saved herself from having to look at social media by removing all apps from her gadgets. “I deleted it all off my phone, which is such a huge deal for me,” she teased on March 2, 2023, during a forthcoming “Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend” podcast, adding,
“Cause dude, you didn’t have the internet to grow up with.”
“I’m someone who uses the internet… And to make no changes to who I am or how I live my life, and to simply keep doing what I’ve been doing over the years, so that eventually the videos I watch and the things I read on the internet are about me. ‘Eww, smelly.’ That bothers me.”