AceShowbiz - Bhad Bhabie a.k.a. Danielle Bregoli received a warm welcome at Oxford University. The 19-year-old star received thunderous applause as she appeared as a speaker at the campus in London, England on Wednesday, November 2.
In footage obtained by TMZ, Bhabie was met with loud cheers and claps as she arrived in a packed room. The students were clearly excited to meet the star as they reportedly waited outside in the rain for hours to get their spot inside.
Bhabie took part in a Q&A with the president of the Oxford Union, where she spoke about her alleged abusive experience at Turn-About Ranch, what it was like becoming famous so young, making 50 million bucks on OnlyFans and her new scholarship fund.
Bhabie was also asked about Kanye West and she gave a pretty funny response. She reportedly shouted out the controversial rapper's early 2000 hits before moving on to the next question.
Bhabie received the invitation to speak at Oxford University back in September. The Oxford Union Prez said in the invite to Bhabie, "It would be an honour to welcome you to continue this fine tradition."
The OnlyFans creator followed in the footsteps of Presidents Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton as well as Queen Elizabeth II, Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa, Malcolm X, Albert Einstein, Sir Elton John, Shakira and Billy Joel for the honor.
While she may be not a model student, Bhabie does understand the importance of education. In August, she launched the Bhad Scholarship Award in partnership with Educapital Foundation. It will distribute $1.7 million among 1,000 students enrolling in technical and trade schools as well as those who have graduated and are pursuing entrepreneurship or further education.
"While developing this scholarship program, it was great collaborating with Educapital's Aisha Rodriguez and Dr. Brenita Mitchell, both amazing women giving amazing opportunities to the next generation of entrepreneurs," the "Gucci Flip Flops" raptress said in a press release at the time. "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."