AceShowbiz - Bhad Bhabie may have received backlash when she first started her OnlyFans account, but that turns out to be the right decision, money wise. The young rapper claimed she has made $50 million from the platform alone in the last one year.
Speaking to TMZ about her accomplishments so far, the 19-year-old said she's keen on leaving her image as the girl who is famous for her appearance on "Dr. Phil" uttering the phrase, "Cash me ousside, how bout dah?", behind. "It's not something that I'm so in love with being the girl who got famous for being on Dr. Phil and saying some crazy s***. No, that's not how I feel!" she said.
"Call me the f**king youngest female of the decade to go platinum. Call me some s*** like that," the "Hi Bich" hitmaker boasted. "Call me the Gucci f**king Flip Flop girl, the 'Hi Bich' girl, the girl who got a million-dollar makeup deal!"
Bhabie, whose real name is Danielle Bregoli, further detailed her fortune, as she expressed a wish to also be referred to as "the girl who made over f**king $50 million on OnlyFans!"
While it has not been verified yet if Bhabie is currently worth $50 million, she is clearly doing a lot better financially lately. Last month, she reportedly purchased a $6.1 million home in Boca Raton, Florida in cash.
The 9,200-square-foot mansion, which sits on an acre of land, boasts seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as a two-story guest house, an outdoor Jacuzzi area, a billiard/club room, and a dry sauna, according to the New York Post.
Bhabie joined OnlyFans in April 2021, just one week after she turned 18. At the time, she claimed that she broke the site's record by making $1 million within only the first six hours.
Responding to the backlash for joining the adult-only platform as soon as she turned legal, the social media personality said, "I think any b***h who says that is mad 'cause they didn't make as much money as me on there." She added, "That's obvious! Like, how could you be mad that someone younger-that's like seeing somebody, that's like seeing a banker make millions and millions of dollars and say, oh no, banking should be changed."
She went on ranting, "You can't bank unless you're twenty one and older, just 'cause they're young. Like, what? So, if I was twenty-one, you're gonna say that it should be twenty five? When I'm twenty five are you gonna say it should be thirty?"