All Of Bhad Bhabie's Public Controversies

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After making over $50 million on OnlyFans and launching her own label, BHAD Music, Bhad Bhabie says though she has matured, she'll always have an attitude.

Rising to fame in 2016 when she first appeared on the hit show, Dr. Phil, Danielle Bergoli, 19, also known as “Bhad Bhabie” quickly gained the likes of young teens when she gave no remorse for being exactly who she is. Her iconic quote “Cash me outside, how ‘bout that?” is what launched her career, as many people took her side in the drama between her and her mother, Barbara Ann Bergoli when she brought Bhad Bhabie on the show to discuss her daughter’s disrespect and criminal manner at home. 

At Age 13, Bhad Bhabie Faced Grand Theft Auto Charges

On the show, Dr. Phil runs through the many storms Bhad Bhabie has caused at home. At the time she was 13 years old facing grand theft auto charges. Not only that, but Bhabie had tried to frame her mom as a drug dealer. She stole thousands of dollars from her family, physically assaulted her mom, and when Dr. Phil's crew arrived to film at her home, Bhad Bhabie stole a crew member's vehicle. Dr. Phil can be heard telling Bad Bhabie, “I’m your worst nightmare, girl” during their television interview, as he tries to break down the complex of the future rapper. 

Bhad Bhabie Is Forced To Retreat Or Jail

Bhad Bhabie’s mom describes her daughter to Dr. Phil as, “extremely provocative” and that she’s “at the end of the road” after her middle-school dropout daughter had been arrested a handful of times all before the age of 13. Though Barbara was looking to put an end to the violent misbehavior, Bad Bhabie instead, extends her anger and street demeanor to Dr. Phil when he tries to set her straight before sending her to a wilderness program called “Turn-About Ranch” instead of serving time in jail for grand theft auto. 

She Signed With Atlantic Records

The therapy that Dr. Phil tried to instill into Bhad Bhabie did have some influence on the troubled teen, moreover, he actually gave her the leverage that she never knew she needed to regain focus on respect and hard work. Actually, Bhad Bhabie was just getting started. Even though the world had no idea of her musical talent when she premiered on Dr. Phil, Bhad Bhabie soon gained momentum online from her striking personality, ultimately leading her to sign a record deal with Atlantic Records.

In 2017, Bhad Bhabie became the youngest female rapper to chart on Billboard Hot 100 with her debut single, These Heaux. A year later, Bhad Bhabie would release her first EP, 15, and again topped other artist’s releases with her single, Hi Bitch, which appeared 68 on Billboard Hot 100 and became platinum in 2020. And when Fuse asked Bhad Bhabie about wanting to be a rapper, she responded with, “I always loved music, but I don’t think there was ever anything in me that was like, ‘you’re gonna be a rapper one day.’ I wanted to be a nurse, I wanted to be in medicine. Something about taking care of people.” 

Bhad Bhabie Makes Over $50 Million On OnlyFans

As of late, the rapper can be found on OnlyFans where she broke the internet after earning over $50 million dollars since she created the account. And when she turned 18 in 2021, Bhad Bhabie made over $1 million within the first 6 hours of launching herself on the intimate platform. Though she agrees that most of her followers should be in jail for their requests and behaviors, Bhad Bhabie continues to work the NSFW (not safe for work) platform and is in the top .01% of its highest earners. 

When discussing her OnlyFans platform and its success, Bhad Bhabie shared a video released by TMZ saying, “Call me the youngest female of the decade to go platinum. Call me s*** like that. Like, there’s way more things — Call me the ‘Gucci Flip Flops’ girl, the ‘Hi Bich” girl, the girl who got a f***ing million-dollar makeup deal, the girl who made over f***ing $50 million on OnlyFans.” In continuing, “Call me whatever you want. When you try to find a way to be annoying about something, it’s just kind of weird.”

As for her home life, Bhad Bhabie recently rewarded herself for her hard work in not only the business world, but for her work on herself, and bought a $6.1 million home in Florida… in cash, which is quite the way to live up to her “cash me outside” persona.

Here are her biggest public feuds.

1. Woah Vicky

When online personally Woah Vicky released a diss track against RiceGum, Bhad Bhabie felt it was distasteful and took to the streets to clap back on multiple occasions at the many insults against the YouTuber, and sheer disrespect against Bhad Bhabie. The two female teens end up fighting in a video released by Dj Akademiks where Woah Vicky can be seen holding Bhad Bhabie down by her hair without letting her go for far too long. The two have settled down since their 2019 Atlanta brawl, but if given the chance to square up again, the two would likely repossess their hatred for one another, as Bad Bhabie isn’t usually one to back down.

2. Skai Jackson

Though “dating” NBA Younboy was never confirmed by Bhad Bhabie, she did share multiple posts online about her love for the rapper and vice versa. She even went as far as getting his birth name, “Kentrell” tattooed on the side of her hand in a rather large script. But when Disney star Skai Jackson expressed interest in Bhad Bhabie’s best friend, NBA Youngboy, the two females had a feud that extended to Jackson filing a restraining order against Bhad Bhabie when she threatened the actress’ life. 

3. Iggy Azalea

When Iggy Azalea questioned her friend on why they would ever attend a Bhad Bhabie concert, Bhad Bhabie confronted Azalea inside a club where she threw water on the singer multiple times before the altercation ended in person. Though Bhad Bhabie was only 15 at the time, to no surprise, she held her own when comments started spewing about the incident, as she had the facts and accolades to back herself up against Azalea dissing the rapper and her talent.

4. Billie Eilish

After rapper XXXTentation passed away in 2018, Ellish began DMing Bhad Bhabie to console her, as X was Bhad Bhabie’s close friend. Ellish gained the adolescent’s trust and then ghosted her for no reason, and even went as far as nicknaming Bhad Bhabie her “baby sister” during their friendship before it ended. Bhad Bhabie remarked on the unreasonable diss from Ellish in an interview with ET saying, “I just feel like either someone got into her ear about me and made her think that I was a bad person.” In continuing, “Or she was getting too big to where she didn’t want to associate herself with my brand. And that’s perfectly fine, I understand that, but it sucks when you have a friend, and they just disappear." Leaving Bhad Bhabie in the dark. It’s unknown if the two have reconciled. 

5. David Spade

Though he would later make a cameo in Bhad Bhabie's music video for Gucci Flip Flops, in 2017 actor He posted a photo of him and Bhad Bhabie inside a restaurant where the two ran into one another. However, Spade captioned the picture saying, “Unfortunately, she stopped being famous 5 minutes before this was taken.” Bhad Bhabie clapped back in an epic comeback saying she thought the comedian was a waiter. Though the two are unlikely to dispute again due to connecting on a few occasions since their discourse, Bad Bhabie certainly has no problem with standing her ground against anymore, man or woman. 

She Checked Herself Into Rehab

After she checked herself into rehab in 2020 for PTSD and a prescription pill addiction, she then took to the internet to begin her OnlyFans, ultimately allowing the teen to retire basically any day now as her online earrings far outreach that of what she’d make in a record deal.  Though Bhad Bhabie is headed towards bettering her health. She opened up to Fuse saying, “I feel like, I will always get my little attitudes, I will always get my little temper-tantrums, but I’ve definitely matured.”

Bhad Bhabie Launches Her Own Record Label, BHAD Music

Despite continuing to embody her 'bad b**ch' persona, in 2021 she launched her own record label, BHAD Music, in hopes of creating a safe space for artists that also allow them to own their masters

. In talking about her new business venture, Bhad Bhabie tells Variety, “Signing a deal when you aren’t established, artists don’t really understand that labels get to approve you doing features and have basically total control on when and if your music comes out. Not to mention they keep like 80% of all the money that comes in. It’s pretty f***ed up. … I’m finally ready to put out music I want on my own terms.” In continuing, “I’m going to just put out my own music on my label, but I am open to signing other artists. I have a platform to help launch them, and I want them to be able to own their masters as well.” What can’t Bhad Bhabie do?

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