Chloe Bailey refuses comparisons with Holly’s sister: “It really pisses me off”

Chloe Bailey wants the internet trolls to calm down when it comes to comparisons between her and her little sister Holly.

Appearing as the first guest on rapper Latto’s new show Apple Music 1 show 777The Roy star had one clear message for people who love to pit her against Holly: “Don’t mess with her.”

“Honestly, it really pisses me off,” Khloe said, speaking candidly about the naysayers who are trying to create problems by comparing the duo.

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

The Hollywood couple first gained recognition after debuting as R&B duo Chlöe x Halle. They have released three studio albums together since 2017, earning five Grammy Award nominations.

Following the success of her band, Chloe launched her solo career with the release of her debut album “In Pieces” on Friday. On the other hand, Halle, 23, will play Princess Ariel in the 1989 remake of The Little Mermaid.

In the interview, Khloe also opened up about the frustrating projections that fans place on her and Holly, as if the two have to compete against each other.

“Sometimes I just have to brush it off 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 have to give that energy away and spend my time explaining something that I know isn’t true.”

Admitting that she’s not the type to respond to critics because her “back pats aren’t the best,” she added that she needs to “learn to just be quiet.”

Earlier this month, the “Have Mercy” singer faced massive criticism on social media following her Viral explicit sex scene with Damson Idris of the popular Amazon Prime show “Roy” was met with strong backlash.

When discussing the problem rose in the public eye from a child starshe opened up about how people’s backlash against her mature social media posts made her feel “baffled”.

“If I do this, it is forced, contrived. But… I figured it was because they weren’t used to seeing me in that light,” she said. YouTube and all that. But it looks like it was me.”

“When I perform, I feel most confident and sexy. There is nothing contrived or forced in this. It’s just a passion,” she added.

In January, Khloe echoed similar thoughts about her online haters, calling “superficial” critics “very obnoxious.”

“I’ll tell you what really annoys me. I hate it when people on the internet constantly try to compare my sister and me. It’s the most superficial and most disturbing thing,” she said. told in the know while.

She continued, “It was very frustrating to know how people try to put two young black sisters who love their craft 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.”

Holly teased last week that she and Chloe were “not done making music together yet” as Chlöe x Halle.

“My sister and I are very, very excited to be working together on our new album and also just to let these amazing solo projects come out for both of us,” Holly said as she promoted her new partnership with Zyrtec. PopSugar reported.

The “The Little Mermaid” star added, “But people should definitely know that we’re not done making music together yet.”