Danielle Bregoli, A.K.A. Bhad Bhabie, was born on March 26, 2003. Before becoming a famous rapper, Bregoli had some behavior issues, so her mother took her to the talk show “Dr. Phil.” During her appearance, Bergoli ended up with a famous catchphrase, changing her life path. Like it or not, that famous phase gave Bergoli a solid fan base that helped her pursue a career as a rapper. Join us to celebrate this hardworking rapper’s birthday!
Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli
March 26, 2003
Rapper Danielle Bregoli, most known by her stage name Bhad Bhabie, was born in Florida on March 23, 2003. Her parents are Barbara Ann Bregoli and Ira Peskowitz. They split when she was still a toddler; since then, the rapper hasn’t maintained a relationship with her father.
Bregoli has always been a problematic child and her mother decided to take her to the famous show “Dr. Phil.” The talk show is hosted by Dr. Phil McGraw, who gives life advice from his professional experience as a doctor. On the talk show, Bregoli’s mother expressed Bregoli’s misbehavior, including the time when she tried to steal a car. Then, the audience started laughing at Bregoli, which really upset her. At that moment, Bregoli said, “Catch me outside, how about that?” With her characteristic pronunciation, the phrase sounded like “Cash me outside, how bout dah?” The phrase became widely popular on the internet and it even became a meme — Bergoli was regarded as the “cash me outside” girl.
Even though the fame that came with the phrase didn’t amuse Bregoli, she knew how to take advantage of the situation. She decided to benefit from her popularity on the internet and pursue a music career. In 2017, she released her first single, ‘These Heaux.’ The song debuted at 77 on the Billboard Hot 100, and Bregoli became the youngest rap artist to debut on the chart. Due to her incredible success, she landed a deal with Atlantic Records. Since then, the rapper has released several successful singles such as ‘I Got It,’ ‘Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty),’ and ‘Both of Em.’
Bregoli and her mother appear on “Dr. Phil” for the first time.
She releases 'These Heaux,” her first single.
She goes back on “Dr. Phil” for a second appearance.
She releases the mixtape “15.”
Why We Love Danielle Bregoli
She made history
Her debut single 'These Heaux' made it on the Billboard Hot 100. The rapper became the youngest female rapper to achieve that.
She overcame her struggles
Bregoli used to be a problematic girl and she was always getting into trouble. Her own mother had given up on her. Still, Bregolli overcame her difficult situation and is doing much better now.
She is a smart girl
Bregoli was very annoyed when her phrase became an international meme. Despite that, she took advantage of the situation and used it to rise to fame with her music.
5 Surprising Facts
She has Jewish and Italian descent
Bregoli is Jewish on her father's side and Italian on her mother's.
She sued Walmart
She tried to sue Walmart for putting her famous phrase on t-shirts without her permission.
Her phrase was nominated for an award
She was nominated in the ‘Trending’ category at the M.T.V. Movie and T.V. Awards for her catchphrase.
She tried to steal from the crew
Bregoli attempted to steal the car of one of “Dr. Phil”' crew members.
She went to a Utah ranch
She attended a Utah ranch for troubled girls.
Danielle Bregoli FAQs
Does Bhad Bhabie have OnlyFans?
Yes, Bregoli became widely popular on the app and made $52 million.
How old was Danielle Bregoli when she made 'Gucci Flip Flops?’
She was 15 years old when she released the single.
How do you pronounce "Bhad Bhabie?"
It’s pronounced “bad baby.”
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