Billie Eilish has sparked a heated debated à la "The Dress" of 2015. Only now, however, the conversation centers around a pair of perplexing Nike sneakers.

During a recent Instagram Live session, Eilish was asked her opinion on "The Dress," which, for those who don't remember, went viral due to the confusing nature of the color scheme. Some saw a black and blue garment, while others insisted it was white and gold.

In the same vein, Billie made fans aware of a pair of shoes she once wore that initiated a similar debate between her and her father. The musician brought out the sneakers in question, an iteration of the Nike Air More Uptempo, proclaiming to fans that the shoes are mint and white as opposed to pink and white, like her dad believed. After many agreed with her father, Eilish shared a Google image of the Air More Uptempo to "reveal" the colorway.

Billie went on to make her argument about the color of the sneaker, although fans remained split in their opinions. Unfortunately, the Instagram Live session ended without resolution, but to no surprise, the debate has seeped over to Twitter. After checking out the reactions below, let us know — what color do you see?

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