Bhad Bhabie, whose real name is Danielle Bregoli, has revealed her thoughts on her rise to fame.
The rapper has spoken out about how quickly she gained popularity on her adult account, describing it as “creepy”.
During an episode of High Low with Em Rata, she explained that she launched her OnlyFans account as a teenager, and Forbes revealed that she made it to number 16 on the Top Creators list earlier this year, with her estimated earnings for 2021 being $51 million.
Despite her success on the subscription-only platform service, the 20-year-old has warned that it’s not going to be the case for everyone.
“It doesn’t go like that for everybody,” she said. “I’ve had people come up to me and say, ‘I’m just going to do it like you do it’. And I’m like, ‘Ahhh no’.” Bhad Bhabie added that it’s a big decision and that people should consider their own circumstances before signing up.
The rapper also spoke about her feelings regarding adults subscribing to her account when she was only 18. “I was kept covered up for so long, right, with how they were making me dress and s**t,” she said. “And I was young. It’s creepy but at the same time…18 is 18.”
Bhad Bhabie also revealed that her mother wasn’t concerned about her latest venture, saying that “that lady loves money. She doesn’t care where it comes from!” However, she went on to call her mother a narcissist and alleged that she had spent years emailing the Dr. Phil show before their appearance. Bregoli became a viral sensation for her “Cash Me Outside” catchphrase and featured in two series episodes.
In summary, Bhad Bhabie has spoken out about her experience on OnlyFans and her thoughts on her rise to fame on the platform. While she has made millions from her account, she warns that it’s not going to be the case for everyone and advises people to consider their own circumstances before signing up.
She also expressed her discomfort with adults subscribing to her account when she was only 18, but acknowledged that 18 is the legal age of consent. Finally, she revealed that her mother wasn’t concerned about her adult account, but she called her a narcissist and alleged that she had spent years emailing the Dr. Phil show before their appearance.