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Chlöe Bailey stops comparisons with her sister Halle: “It really pisses me off”

Chlöe Bailey wants internet trolls to rest when it comes to comparisons between her and her younger sister Halle.

Appearing as the first guest on rapper Latto’s new Apple Music 1 show 777, the “Swarm” star had a clear message for people who like to pit her against Halle: “Don’t mess with her.”

“Honestly, that really pisses me off,” Chlöe said while getting candid about naysayers trying to stir up trouble by comparing the duo.

“I think that’s the thing that gets to me the most when people compare us because we’re best friends, we’re sisters,” the 24-year-old said. “Sometimes we forget we’re not twins and it’s like, don’t mess with my blood. Don’t mess with her.

The Hollywood pair first gained acclaim following their debut as R&B duo, Chlöe x Halle. They have released three studio albums together since 2017, earning five Grammy nominations.

Following the success of their band, Chlöe has since pursued a solo career, with her debut album ‘In Pieces’ being released on Friday. On the other hand, Halle, 23, is set to star as Princess Ariel in the live-action reboot of 1989’s “The Little Mermaid.”

In the interview, Chlöe also spoke about the frustrating projections fans place on her and Halle, as if the two had to go head-to-head.

“Sometimes I just have to get rid of it because people only see what they want to make up, what they want to believe,” she said. “And it’s like, sometimes, I don’t need to release that energy and waste my time explaining something that I know isn’t true.”

Admitting that she’s not one to respond to criticism because her ‘applause isn’t the best’, she added that she had to ‘learn to shut up’.

Earlier this month, the ‘Have Mercy’ singer faced massive criticism on social media after her viral explicit sex scene with Damson Idris from Amazon Prime’s hit show ‘Swarm’ went viral. elicited many negative reactions.

While discussing the challenge of growing up in the public eye from a child starshe explained how people’s backlash to her mature social media posts left her “confused.”

“It’s like I’m doing it, it’s forced, it’s artificial. But…I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s because they’re not used to seeing me in that light,” she said. “They grew up with my sister and I since we had our short little babies on YouTube and everything. But it’s like it’s me.

“When I perform, that’s where I feel most confident and sexiest. There’s nothing artificial or forced about it. It’s just passion that comes out,” a- she added.

In January, Chlöe echoed similar thoughts about her online critics, calling the “superficial” criticism “very off-putting”.

“I’ll tell you what annoys me a lot. I hate it when people online constantly try to compare me and my sister. It’s the most superficial and disturbing thing,” she said. told informed at the time.

She continued, “It was very off-putting how people would try to put two young black sisters who love their jobs so much and love each other so much, how they try to pit them against each other just because they are different in some way. “

Last week, Halle teased that she and Chlöe “are not done making music together” as Chlöe x Halle.

“My sister and I are very, very excited to be working on our new album together, as well as letting these amazing solo projects come out for both of us,” Halle said while promoting her new partnership with Zyrtec, PopSugar reported.

The ‘Little Mermaid’ star doubled down, adding, “But people should definitely know we’re not done making music together.”

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