Rapper and reality star Danielle Bregoli, better known as Bhad Bhabi and ‘Cash me outside girl’, has revealed that she has now earned a whopping $50 million from her solofans It counts only one year after you set it up.
She created the account last April, and in just her first six hours on the X-rated subscription social media site, she made $1 million.
Now, Bregoli, who also goes by Bhad Bhabie, has revealed that she no longer wants to be called the “Switch Me Out” girl because she has become successful on her own. She first uttered the phrase during an appearance on Dr. Phil in 2016 while daring the show’s entire audience to fight her.
“It’s not something that I’m so in love with being Dr. Phil’s girl and saying crazy things, that’s not how I feel,” the 19-year-old said. TMZbefore listing some of her accomplishments, including earning $50 million on the subscription site and earning nearly $1 million for endorsing makeup company Copy Cat Beauty.
She suggested that people start referring to her by those achievements, instead she also suggested new nicknames: ‘the youngest fucking woman of the decade’ to go platinum, the ‘girl in the Gucci flip-flops’ or the ‘high b* *** girl.’
“But when you try to find a way to be upset about something, it’s kind of weird,” Bregoli told the outlet.
19-year-old Danielle Bregoli, also known as Bhad Bhabie, revealed to TMZ that she made $50 million from her OnlyFans account.
Bregoli first joined OnlyFans last April and made $1 million in just her first six hours.
He originally rose to fame at the age of 13 when he appeared on an episode of the Dr. Phil Show and dared the audience to “catch me out.”
There is no suggestion that Bregoli is lying about his enormous wealth. He recently bought a house in Florida for $6 million in cash from revenue generated on OnlyFans, which allows people to subscribe to x-rated content from ‘creators’.
Bregoli charges $23.99 a month for hers, has 1.57 million likes on the site, and can make even more money by charging her subscribers for personalized content.
Bregoli first rose to fame when she was just 13 years old, appearing on the Dr. Phil show in an episode titled “I want to give up my 13-year-old daughter who steals cars, wields knives, and twerks and tried to frame me.” I for a crime.
In the episode, Bregoli challenged laughing audience members to “Catch me outside, how about that?” that was misheard ‘Change me outside, how are you?’ due to her heavily affected accent.
The phrase and clip became a meme sensation and launched Bregoli to internet stardom.
“I never wanted to be famous,” she said. Variety in 2021, ‘They gave it to me. And instead of being an embarrassment and a joke for the rest of my life, I became something of a success.’
Just a year after going viral for her TV appearance, Bregoli received a record deal as a rapper from Adam Kluger on Atlantic Records and starred in the reality show ‘Bringing up Bhabie’ in 2019.
Earlier this month, Bregoli posted photos to her Instagram showing her modeling alongside a Bentley at her new $6.1 million mansion in Florida.
Bregoli bought the mansion, which features a five-car garage and separate guest house, for cash from NFL linebacker Jean Pierre-Paul last month.
Bregoli now paid cash to buy a $6.1 million Florida mansion from NFL linebacker Jean Pierre-Paul.
He bought the Boca Raton property, located in a gated community, last month but didn’t post photos of his new crib. Instagram until April 9, showing her posing next to a Bentley parked outside.
The home features a five-car garage and a fully equipped two-story guest house.
The main residence has porcelain tile flooring, integrated Sonos, and smart features throughout the home.
It also features a sauna, wine storage, a pool and patio, a billiards room, and a chef’s kitchen complete with top-of-the-line appliances and a pantry.