Danielle ‘Bhad Bhabie’ Bregoli spoke about abuse, her career and her rise to fame in a highly anticipated Oxford Union speech this week.
The 19-year-old Florida rapper was greeted with rapturous applause as she walked into the room and sat down to be interviewed.
Students were seen queuing for hours as they waited for the American artist to take the stage and deliver a speech on November 2.
The rapper and reality star rose to fame after appearing on an episode of Dr. Phil called I Want To Give Up My 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Steals Cars, Wields Knives, Twerks And Tried To Frame Me For A Crime!
She went viral with the phrase ‘Cash me outside’ and more recently Ms. Bregoli, with the help of American artists Kodak Black and Lil Yachty, embarked on a music career under the stage name Bhad Bhabie.
In April of last year, he created an OnlyFans account and in just his first six hours on the X-rated subscription social media site, he made $1 million and then made $50 million in his first year.
Danielle ‘Bhad Bhabie’ Bregoli (pictured) at the Oxford Student Union, where she discussed her rise to fame and her career.
More recently, Ms. Bregoli (above), with the help of American artists Kodak Black and Lil Yachty, embarked on a music career under the stage name Bhad Bhabie.
The 19-year-old internet sensation (pictured) was greeted with enthusiastic applause as she walked into the room and sat down to be interviewed.
Among those who have been speakers at the prestigious institution in the past are former presidents such as Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton; dignitaries such as Queen Elizabeth II, Mother Teresa, and the Dalai Lama; historical figures such as Malcolm X and Albert Einstein; and entertainment icons like Billy Joel and Sir Elton John.
At his address, Bhad Bhabie said he wanted to help ‘young hustlers’ starting their own business.
In August, he participated with the Educapital Foundation in the formation of the Bhad Scholarship, a $1.7 million scholarship to help 1,000 students in technical and commercial schools.
“While developing this scholarship program, it was great to collaborate with Aisha Rodríguez and Dr. Brenita Mitchell from Educapital, both incredible women who provide incredible opportunities to the next generation of entrepreneurs,” she said.
‘We didn’t want to just fund tuition, but also help graduates with start-up capital to launch their own businesses. I can’t wait to see what these young scammers do.
Bhad Scholarship recipients will get $1,000 to put toward their trade school education, and 50 will get $10,000 in capital to start their businesses, according to the outlet. Bregoli will also select graduates for full scholarships from a $200,000 fund.
The businesswoman delivered her 24-hour speech to education activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai.
In his Oxford Union address, Bhad Bhabie said he wanted to help “young hustlers” start their own business.
The businesswoman delivered her 24-hour speech to Nobel Peace Prize winner and female education activist Malala Yousafzai (Pictured: Ms. Bregoli at the premiere of the film ’47 Meters down)
During his teens, he spent months at Turn-About Ranch, which is a mental health service in Utah that cares for troubled youth. (Pictured: Ms. Bregoli at the premiere of the film ’47 Meters Down: Uncaged’)
Ms. Bregoli was born on March 26, 2003 in Florida.
He rose to fame after appearing on season 15, episode eight of the talk show Dr. Phil.
An audience member tried to interrupt the teen, to which she replied, “Change me outside, how about that?” which became a viral meme on social media.
She became the youngest female rapper to earn a spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with her debut single These Heaux.
During her teenage years, she spent months at Turn-About Ranch, a mental health facility in Utah, where she claimed to have been abused.
In April 2021 Bhad Bhabie launched his OnlyFans account and broke records for earning potential on the site.
The young sensation made $1 million dollars in just six hours and has a total of $52 million from his operation.
Mainly known for her joke on live television, the singer admitted that she wanted to be known by her millions.
The businesswoman has invested heavily in the American real estate market and has boasted that she has more money than her family.
Even after all her success, she stated that her parents still see her as a “disappointment”.