Billie Eilish is opening up about her relationship with social media.

In a candid chat with British rapper Stormzy for i-D, the Grammy-winning singer, 19, admitted she feels a sense of “responsibility” to share her life online.

“I feel conflicted about it,” she explained. “I don’t always want to tell the world intimate details about my life, I don’t really want people to know everything about me, but at the same time, I want people to be able to feel seen and heard if they’ve experienced the same things I have.”

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“I want to be helpful. I want people to realize that it’s OK, that everyone goes through this,” she added. “You can speak for people who don’t have a voice.”

But Eilish says there are days when she wishes she didn’t have to share anything about her personal life.

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“But also it’s conflicting because sometimes you also don’t want to talk about it,” she explained. “It’s a tough responsibility because it’s also not my responsibility. I don’t owe anyone anything.”

She later admitted that she’s “still figuring it out.”

“No matter what I do, I can’t avoid myself. I’m everywhere. I feel sorry for all the people who hate me because they can’t avoid me either,” Eilish continued. “But I don’t want to read about Billie Eilish doing this or that from someone who doesn’t know s**t about me. Like, please. I want to make music.”

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