Danielle Bregoli was born on 26th March 2003, she was raised in Florida, with her father out of the family picture.
She became famous by appearing on Dr. Phil shows, as her mother couldn’t handle her behavior anymore. Her first TV appearance in the show was titled “I Want To Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-year-old Daughter Who Tried To Frame Me For A Crime”.
Her “Catch me outside, how ’bout that?” catchphrase became a viral meme and gained her worldwide fame status on social media. She was sentenced to five years of probation on multiple charges, including possession of marijuana, filing a false police report, and stealing a car. Besides that, she got herself banned for life from flying with Spirit Airlines, for provoking a fight with another passenger, but that’s another story entirely.
She became popular with the appearance in the Dr. Phil show, but that wasn’t the end. She refused to disappear like every other viral sensation. Danielle used the situation to build up her social media career and launch her own fashion line. She quickly gained a fortune and appeared on several TV-shows.
Her career took an unexpected turn, as she became the youngest female rapper to lay a debut single on the Billboard Hot 100. After it peaked, Danielle signed with Atlantic Records for a multi-album deal.
Bhad Bhabie remixed two songs together with Tee Grizzley in 2017. Those were Roll un Peace by Kodak Black and D to the A by Lil Yachty. She released two singles in the same year, Hi Bitch and Whatchu Know and solo remixed YBN’ Nahmirs song Rubbing on the Paint.
2018 was productive for Danielle. She released several hits, including the song Yung and Bhad, single track Trust Me, and colossal hit with Lil Yachty Gucci Flipflops, followed by Danielle Bregoli’s Bhanned International Tour in April 2018.
Bhad Bhabie never stopped releasing new music. Due to that, 2019 was full of surprises followed with her releases for her own label in cooperation with Atlantic Records, with tracks like Spaz and the heart touching single Mama Don’t Worry. She announced a promotion deal with CopyCat Beauty. The six-months deal implied promoting Copycat products on social media and music videos, which showed some great results.
Bregoli also released the trailer of her reality show Bringing Up Bhabie. Her daily life and the building of her career are the main topics of the show. The first season had 12 episodes, achieving outstanding ratings and over 10 million viewers in the first 24 hours. Snapchat renewed the reality show deal for a second season, which is going to air in mid-summer 2020.
In 2019 Bregoli also released a remix of Bestie by Nola Bounce, and a radio version of the song featured Megan Thee Stallion.
The 2020 tour was postponed because of the outbreak of COVID-19. At least the pandemic didn’t stop her from making music; she released her first song in 2020 called That’s What I Said.
Bhad Bhabie Relationships: Who Has She Dated?
Bhad Bhabie has been in only one public relationship, which was with the rapper Yung Bans.
In the News
Skai Jackson recently got a restraining order against Danielle Bregoli because of Danielle’s threats. In the beginning, the whole drama was private. Then, it escalated publicly after outbursts Danielle had against Skai Jackson on Instagram live. The rumors spread about their fight because of NBA Young Boy, the rapper Daniele previously dated.
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