"Who is that? Busta Rhymes' f-ckin' sister?"
Not one to filter herself for anybody, Bhad Bhabie has been a controversial figure in the hip-hop and reality television communities for the last year. After her "catch me outside, how 'bout that?" appearance on Dr. Phil was made viral, the teenager began a rap career that has been surprisingly successful. While many did not envision Bhabie to achieve much fame after her fifteen minutes had run out, she has proved to know what she is doing by consistently acting authentic and releasing music that is shockingly listenable. While her fan base is young, her marketable personality gives her an edge to do well as she celebrates recently becoming the youngest female artist in two decades to have three tracks land on the Billboard Hot 100.
At fifteen-years-old, Bhad Bhabie is an internet sensation and although she is currently embroiled in a beef with Tekashi 6ix9ine, she threw some shots at the last woman to accomplish the same levels of success as her. Asking TMZ who else has been named as the youngest female to chart three singles on Billboard, the photographer answered that LeAnn Rimes was the most recent. Without missing a beat, Bhabie responded, "Who is that? Busta Rhymes' fuckin' sister?" In her defense, much of Rimes' success in pop and country music came before Bhad Bhabie was even born but her diss is funny nonetheless.
The Lil Yachty-featured "Gucci Flip Flops" peaked at #80 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week, landing the young artist with the impressive accomplishment. Nonchalantly brushing off the photog's praise, Bhabie noted that she's going to keep "doing what [she does,]" claiming that nobody is trying to stop her at this point.