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Danielle Bregoli also known as Bhad Bhabie became known to the public eye after being featured on Dr.Phil in 2016. The viral video displayed the 13-year-old teen coining the catchphrase “Cash me outside, how ‘bout dat?” But, not far from it was the complicated relationship between her mother that saddend a lot of viewers. Barbara Ann, Danielle Bregoli’s mother told Dr.Phil she was at the point of turning her daughter in for false accusations. A tale of a bad kid gone rich. She pleaded guilty on accounts of grand theft auto, marijuana possession and filing false police reports. A good way to earn a 5 years probation. What’s even worse, her dad is a deputy policeman who has already stated he would do anything to turn her life around.

She wasn’t a dummy when it came to forming a career through social media with her image set in place. Selling her merchandise and T-shirts with her signature phrase. But, that was not all folks. She has stated in various interviews she wants to give up the fast life to become a nurse. Not so bad after all, the question is when is that going to be?

Hip-Hop became her outlet to express that pent-up teenage anger. A sure way to vent about the haters, emotions and realign the persona she feeds into. Just last year, she released a single titled These Heaux (pronounced hoes) which reached 77th on Billboard Hot 100. Exploiting a troubled child and out of control behavior is what relentlessly molds her to be a pop star.

You Can See Bhad Bhabie At The Knitting Factory

Drawing the attention of Atlantic Records who saw a promising act waiting to make a badder impression. Recently, the internet sensation collaborated with Asian Doll, MadeinTYO and Rich the Kid. A catchy single that highlights her abstinence to drugs and alcohol. Equally ridding toxic rapport and flashing the all-white-everything appeal while flipping the bird. I get it. She is harmful to the children and other women. She won’t be the last teen turned celebrity to run a million then a tour. Get your tickets for Spokane here!

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