Danielle “Bhad Bhabie” Bregoli became a national figure at the age of 13 following her appearance on the Dr. Phil show. That 2016 episode turned her into a celebrity thanks to her catchphrase “Catch me outside, how about that?”
Bhad Bhabie just turned 18 on March 26 of this year. Just a few days later, the Atlantic recording artist launched her own OnlyFans account. The subscription-based platform is best known for its pornographic content.
Apparently, a barely legal Bregoli got a lot of people interested in seeing what she would share on OnlyFans. The “These Heaux” performer posted a screenshot on Instagram that indicated she made over $1 million from her new online venture.
“Not bad for 6 hours [star-struck emoji]. We broke the f### out of that OnlyFans record [three smiling face with hearts emojis],” wrote Bhad Bhabie on IG. Earlier in the week, Bhabie also wrote on Instagram, “From now on I’m gonna do whatever the f### I want.”
While the teenager was celebrating her apparent come-up, some people expressed concern about the very-recently-turned-18-year-old garnering that much attention on a known sexual website. Former Danity Kane member Aubrey O’Day even connected Bhabie’s OnlyFans debut to the alleged underage sex trafficking scandal involving Republican U.S. Representative Matt Gaetz.
“(I had to look up the spelling) Bhad Bhabie… made 1mill in 6 hours off OnlyFans for turning 18 while @mattgaetz is paying underage girls for sex. This s### is wacky! We really NEED more serious conversations about the fetishizing of underaged girls,” tweeted O’Day.
(I had to look up the spelling) Bhad Bhabie.. made 1mill in 6 hours off OnlyFans for turning 18 while @mattgaetz is paying underage girls for sex.. This s### is wacky! We really NEED more serious conversations about the fetishizing of underaged girls.
— Aubrey O'Day (@AubreyODay) April 2, 2021