Bhad Bhabie ‘doesn’t want to work’ after being ‘robbed of childhood’

Bhad Bhabie ‘doesn’t want to work’ after being ‘robbed of childhood’

April 27, 2023

Bhad Bhabie’s infamous 2016 appearance on Dr. Phil

Rapper Bhad Bhabie, whose real name is Danielle Bregoli, 20, launched a record-breaking rap career shortly after her Dr Phil appearance and less than a week after turning 18 started an OnlyFans account earning an eight-figure fortune.

However, the musician may be quitting everything, with her manager Dan Roof explaining: “She’s just living the life of a college freshman with no classes. She just has a lot more money.”

Speaking to Rolling Stone, Danielle and her manager explained that the rapper is exploring her autonomy after losing her childhood to fame she never went looking for.

The rapper claims her former manager forced an image on her that was “not what I wanted” and her lacking control extending to her music as well during the first few years of her career.

She added: “I hate all my early music,” and although the artist has recorded new music, she claims the tracks are far from finished and will stay that way for a while.

Danielle continued: “I was so robbed of my childhood that I don’t really care to work no more.

“I just want to chill, party, hang out.”

The rapper most definitely has the financial backing to take a hiatus at the ripe age of 20, with her OnlyFans account reportedly earning $70 million in the two years since it was started.

Danielle also notes that, while she is not as explicit as some other content creators on the platform, the account provided a way for her to symbolically take full control of her image once again.

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The social media star also says she is still grateful for the Dr Phil appearance that catapulted her to stardom in 2016, claiming it has given her the gift of sonder.

She said: “You ever think about why that person look crazy? It’s called ‘sonder.’ Say you’re walking down the street, and you pass people, and you can imagine people’s lives.

“[It taught me] to not judge people because I was nitpicked and judged and all this awful s**t.

“I don’t look at people and say, ‘They look crazy.’ I look at them like, ‘I wonder why they look crazy.’”

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