How did Bhad Bhabie get her money? The rapper and model once showed evidence to back up her $50 million OnlyFans claims.
Danielle Bregoli, known professionally as Bhad Bhabie, is an American rapper, songwriter, and internet personality.
She first became known from an appearance on Dr. Phil in September 2016, in which she uttered the phrase, “Cash me ousside, how bout dah?”, which became a viral video meme and catchphrase.
Aside from rapping, the 19-year-old shocked fans when she revealed she has earned a staggering amount on OnlyFans since joining the X-rated platform in 2021.
How much money does Bhabd Bahbie make on OnlyFans?
Bhad Bhabie has always been known for talking a lot of smacks, but at least she can back it up. Last week, the 19-year-old found herself being hit with a lot of hate online after alleging that she scored a $50 million payday thanks to the work she’s been putting in over on OnlyFans, which some people found hard to believe.
The Floridan entertainer – born Danielle Bregoli – didn’t flex her stacks for no reason; the topic of conversation came up during a recent Instagram Live session when she revealed that she’s tired of being referred to as the “cash me outside” girl.
At the time, Bhabie ranted to her 16.3 million followers about how she’d prefer if people would refer to her as “the Gucci Flip-Flops girl,” the ‘Hi Bitch’ girl, the girl who got a million-dollar makeup deal,” or even, “the girl who made over f**king fifty million dollars on f**king OnlyFans.”
The “22” rapper posted a video expressing similar sentiments on her TikTok page, prompting more eyebrows to raise about her claims – particularly the last one.
Of course, it didn’t take long for Bregolli to shut the haters up with some screenshots on Monday, April 25th, allegedly taken of her OnlyFans profile. “Go cry about it bitch,” she wrote in the comments.
“Thanks @scoopagencypartners couldn’t have done it without [you],” she added, showing some love to the team behind her personal brand.
According to the screenshots, Bhabie brought in $53 million gross, with the total net income being nearly $43 million after mandatory fees, which is an impressive flex for a 19-year-old if it’s all legit.