Danielle Bregoli has come a long way in the year since being introduced to the world on Dr. Phil a year ago.
The teenage bad gal first made her public debut during an infamous Dr. Phil episode where her mother detailed her out-of-control behavior. She allegedly stole cars, credit cards, and cash which she used to buy a stripper pole , tried to frame her mom for heroin use by spreading powdered sugar around her bathroom counter and lying to police, and twerked around their Boynton Beach, Fla.
At one point, her mama even called her "the Antichrist," and Bregoli uttered the notorious phrase that made her famous: " Cash me ousside! Howbow dah? Behind the scenes, the controversial star is less guarded. To those who know her beyond Dr. Phil, her bombastic confidence sometimes does waver and she still occasionally shares a bed with her mother for comfort.
This is the untold truth of Bhad Bhabie. Her relationship with her mom isn't really that bad Getty Images Bregoli was thrust into our consciousness after her infamous episode of Dr. It was pretty much as insane as it sounded — the stuff that launches Tumblr-reblogged viral gifs and Jerry Springer highlight reels.
As it turns out, Bhad Bhabie wasn't always so bad, and the misspelling is actually an acronym for "been hated and doubted. She "transferred to an alternative school" and stopped going to class after reportedly making friends with a year-old prostitute She has her friend's name tattooed on her finger, even though they no longer talk.
Bregoli might have dabbled in drug use and picked fights with her mom, but it supposedly wasn't to the extent that we saw in her daytime TV debut.
Let's be honest: all of us have thought about it after being nickel-and-dimed for baggage and having someone recline their seat into our kneecaps. It started when a passenger reportedly rowed with the rapper's mother because she blocked the aisle while struggling to put her carry-on in the overhead bin.
Rather than offering to help Bhabie's mama, who was wearing a walking cast for a foot injury, the passenger allegedly "put her hands on her mom's throat. They were all booted from the Spirit Airlines flight, and the entire cabin inevitably rolled its eyes at yet another delay.
When her mom, Barbara, was diagnosed with breast cancer in , Bregoli spent time supporting her throughout 36 weeks of chemotherapy. The star reportedly "made friends with nurses and learned about the disease.
She even rubbed aloe on her chest to "soothe the pain of radiation. I say, 'Oh my God, this is so overwhelming. They've still got a husband.
It's just me and her. Good news: Barbara reportedly went into remission less than a year after being diagnosed. Phil into a multi-million dollar career.
Though her family struggled to make ends meet after her mother's long-term disability ran out , this mother-daughter duo is sitting pretty comfortable in According to TMZ, Bregoli's landed an Atlantic record deal "worth millions" after becoming the youngest female rapper to chart on the Hot with her first single "These Heaux" for those who don't know Bhad Bhabie's dialect, that's "These Hos ".
According to People , the bankroll got even bigger for Bregoli in , when she positioned herself to be the Kylie Jenner of knock-off makeup. Her rap career is pretty random Getty Images If Danielle Bregoli's rap career seems totally random, that's because it is.
What about a piece puzzle of her face, caught mid-sentence? No one has commercialized their own inadvertent memeification quite like Bregoli, the year-old girl from Florida who went on Dr.
When it came down to it, a film career took too long to launch, and her 15 minutes would surely be up before she got established in that industry.
Social media endorsements — like the Instagram posts you see about detox tea and teeth whitener — are temporary. Rapping, as it turns out, is more foolproof. But Bregoli was reluctant. I don't want to get in this booth,'" she told The New York Times.
That feeling was short-lived. I can do this. I'll be fine. I won't look stupid.
Did her dad really walk out? YouTube Bregoli's relationship with her father, Ira Peskowitz, is complicated. In the "Roll In Peace" remix, the "Hi Bich" rapper claims her father walked out only to come back into her life when she was famous.
In a Complex interview, she also alleged her father partnered up with her best friend to try and ruin her fame. Though he wasn't very involved in her upbringing, Peskowitz tells a different side of the story, claiming he didn't walk out — he was forced.
An article in The Palm Beach Post details the struggles Peskowitz allegedly faced while trying to build a relationship with his daughter. When Bregoli was 4 months old, he reportedly "filed a petition for an injunction" against her mother for "domestic violence.
Though a judge filed a temporary injunction for protection, it wasn't long before Bregoli's mother hit back with similar allegations. In , the courts awarded Bregoli's mom "sole parental decision-making responsibility" but gave Peskowitz "open and liberal" visitation rights.
Her mother reportedly made visitation difficult, and despite the solutions presented by the court, a positive resolution supposedly never occurred. She's not allowed to say her catchphrase anymore Getty Images When she was unwittingly thrust into the spotlight following her Dr.
Phil appearance, Danielle Bregoli was better known as the "cash me ousside" girl than as Bhad Bhabie. Her mother told the TV psychologist that the phrase meant she'd " go outside and do what she has to do.
In , Bregoli basically asked Walmart to cash her ousside when she threatened to sue the retailer over a string of items emblazoned with her viral catch phrase. According to TMZ , she asked the retail giants to pull all the related articles of clothing, and her lawyers were looking to get a cut of sales that had already occurred.
To date, Walmart is still selling that kind of merchandise.
Bregoli may not want retailers banking off her poetic prose, but she's apparently retired it from her lexicon. Her long acrylic nails are her signature, and she's reportedly been doing them the same way since she was 10 years old though a year-old with gigantic, bedazzled tips seems kind of terrifying.
The New York Times reported that Bhabie gets her nails done twice a week to maintain them, and it's serious business. A Complex interview revealed that she's not immune to having an absolute meltdown — one where she rips the plastic tips out of her bleeding nail beds — if they don't come out just right.
According to TMZ , she wasn't fond of the overcrowding on her bottom row of chompers, and apparently, having a ton of money saves you from suffering through years of braces like every other teen in America.
She has a secret Instagram YouTube Brigoli may be old enough now to use Instagram, but the viral star isn't the one keeping up with her more than 16 million followers.