AceShowbiz - Bhad Bhabie a.k.a. Danielle Bregoli now has more to offer on her OnlyFans page. The rapper has shown off her fuller butt which she claimed to have obtained naturally following her weight gain.
The 19-year-old star took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, August 30 to flaunt her curvier figure. Stripping down to her nude-colored bra and matching panties, she revealed an array of tattoos over her body in the selfies. She also added throwback pics to compare her before and after look.
In the caption, Bhad Bhabie explained what she wanted to show with the images. "First 2 pics are from march 23 22 I weighed 83 pounds," she wrote. "Last 3 are from this morning I weigh 103 and I've never been happier with how my body looks!"
Proud of her weight gain, the "These Heaux" femcee detailed, "I've always been under weight no matter how much I ate I could never gain. I've been 80-85 pounds since I was 12. My goal weight was always 105 but I never thought I would b able to make it past 95."
She went on admitting to having undergone cosmetic procedure(s) in the past, but was never satisfied with the result until now. "Funny thing about it is I've had ass shots since I was 17 and I'm just now starting to have a ass," she continued, before bragging about her "natural" butt, "so yes ima call my ass natural bc it still wasn't there till I started gaining weight."
Her body transformation aside, Bhad Bhabie recently launched a $1.7 scholarship to fund students in technical and trade schools. Sharing the news via her social media account, she wrote, "If I did some dumb s**t all the blogs would post it but we give away $1.7m in scholarships and grants to start small businesses and it's [a cricket emoji]. I'm just going to mind my business and do me go to BHADScholarships.com now and get this money."
Each "Bhad Scholarship" recipient will get $1,000 towards their tuition, and 50 students will be awarded $10,000 in "start-up capital" to help start their own businesses after graduating, according to the Educapital Foundation, which is partnering with the social media personality to create the scholarship. Bhad Bhabie will also handpick students to get a full-ride scholarship from a fund of $200,000.
"While developing this scholarship program, it was great collaborating with Educapital's Aisha Rodriguez & Dr. Brenita Mitchell, both amazing women giving amazing opportunities to the next generation of entrepreneurs," she said in a statement. "We didn't want to just give out tuition funds but also help the grads with startup capital to launch their own businesses. I can't wait to see what these young hustlers do."