She gets everything she performs from people signed to the same label who are given money to be quiet.

Don't be impressed with this still not old enough to drive rapper. She gets everything she performs from people signed to the same label who are given money to be quiet. The problem is they never get to record their best stuff because it is given to the human publicity stunt.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

Don’t be impressed with this still not old enough to drive rapper.

She gets everything she performs from people signed to the same label who are given money to be quiet.

The problem is they never get to record their best stuff because it is given to the human publicity stunt.

Danielle Bregoli (Bhad Bhabie)

 

Bhad Bhabie fails to stand out on “Thot Opps (Clout Drop) / Bout That”

Bhad Bhabie is through and through a “meme” rapper, born of the viral Dr. Phil video in which she told her mother, and the audience, that they could catch her outside if they had a problem with the way she behaved. That video took off as an internet phenomenon, generating millions of views and, along with those views, plenty of baby-boomer-era finger wagging at the then-13-year-old girl.

It was clear from the segment that Bhabie, whose real name is Danielle Bregoli, was obviously suffering from a broken home life — her father had abandoned the family, her mother was struggling with the bills and battling cancer. But internet virality has a way of shirking nuance, and white 55-year-olds named Lenore from South Dakota with tax evasion charges who use the n-word with a particular joy were quick to comment on her affected persona: “trash,” “ghetto,” “autistic.”

That’s what makes the “Thot Opps (Clout Drop) / Bout That” music video so enjoyable. On Dr. Phil’s show, Bregoli put on a hard-ass attitude to cope with trauma from her home life, and was viciously attacked for it by strangers. Here, she cashes in on the finger-wagging. – Source