Christian blogger Trevor Tyson writes an encouraging open letter to Billie Eilish about her new song, “All The Good Girls Go To Hell.”
Billie Eilish is a 17-years-old American singer-songwriter that is undoubtedly a global icon for the younger generation. At a very young age, she is now one of the biggest superstars in pop culture. And her debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” reached the number one spot on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart.
The teen artist has always been open about her mental health and her depression. Since 11-years-old, music has been her way of expressing her life story and raise awareness about mental health. Her songs are usually themed as dark pop songs which many teens relate to.
Recently, Billie released a new song with the title “All The Good Girls Go To Hell” that was watched over 29 Million times on YouTube after just 5 days of its release! According to Billie, the song was about the happening on our environment but many are noticing the heavy-handed satanic undertones of the entire song.
And with the issue circulating about the new song of Billie, Trevor Tyson wrote a letter of encouragement to the teen artist that is on his blog.
I just watched the music video and read the lyrics for your song, “All Good Girls Go To Hell” and I’m honestly just wanting to drop in and tell you that I don’t believe that all good girls go to hell nor do I believe that you’re a bad person.
I believe that there is hope for you and that you can find happiness.
I’m not here to bash you, throw stones at you or do anything but tell you that I am here for you and that I truly believe that Jesus loves and cares for you.
I have had my own fair share of bouts with anxiety, depression and mental health and I’m not perfect…
None of us are.
You are beautiful, you are loved and you do have a purpose.
I’m always here if you need someone to talk to.
Trevor is a 22-year-old Christian blogger that is a survivor of mental illnesses. He is now living his life to sharing the message of hope to all others who were suffering from mental illnesses.
“You truly can succeed in any aspect of your life as long as you believe in yourself, never give up and follow your faith through your actions. God can change you and I believe He will,” Trevor Tyson said on his blog.
Reference: The Trevor Talks Daily Show