Danielle Bregoli Net Worth: How Much Is “Cash Me Ousside Girl” aka Bhad Bhabie Making Now?

Emily Gadsby
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While you may not be able to “cash her ousside” anymore, you can definitely catch Danielle Bregoli with a thick wad of cash.

The foul-mouthed bhad girl rose from the two-dimensional confinement of Internet meme-land to become a certified rap artist seemingly overnight. With certified bops like “Hi Bich” and “These Heaux,” the now 14-year-old has fully removed herself from the shadow of obscurity that looms over all viral celebs clinging to their 15 minutes of fame.

Peep the timeline below to witness exactly how Bregoli cashed in on her foul mouth and IDGAF attitude. 

September 2016- Dr. Phil Tries (And Fails) To Give Bregoli An Attitude Adjustment

After Bregoli’s tumultuous relationship with her mom was broadcast on a September 2016 episode of The Dr. Phil Show, the out of control teen caught the Internet’s attention by prompting the audience “full of hoes” (read: middle-aged white women) to “cash her ousside.” The catchphrase quickly went viral, and Bregoli’s once-quiet social media accounts were soon booming with follower requests and public praise for her IDGAF attitude.

February 2017- The Prodigal Daughter Returns to Dr. Phil

Now an established Internet personality, Bregoli returned to the show that made her famous to showoff her “reformed” behavior following a stay at the quasi-rehab facility, Turn-About Ranch. Despite the fact that Bregoli promised to change her ways and not “put on a front” anymore, the teen’s mom Barbara Ann soon revealed that her wild-child was back to her old habits. Bregoli still proved hell-bent on mouthing off to authority figures in her own unique style, complimenting her own viral fame while sneak-dissing the TV doctor all in one breath. “I guess what’s good for you is, I made you just like Oprah made you,” she said. “You were nothin’ before I came on this show.”

February 2017- Spirit Airlines Brawl

Bregoli’s public profile raised a notch higher when the handsy teen through a punch at another passenger who was allegedly hassling her mother. While Bregoli wasn’t arrested for the assault, she and her mother were issued a lifetime ban from the airline itself. The rapper even mentioned the incident in her latest song, completely unaffected by the ban as she now has the money to upgrade her airline selection: “I ain’t worried ’bout no basic bitches/All y’all look like you still fly Spirit.”

February 2017- Social Media Endorsements/Collabs

Bregoli stayed on her grind, clinging to her ever-growing fame with her trademark fake nails. With her follower count now in the millions, Bregoli began making sponsored posts for companies like Fit Tea, and even appeared in a few videos with famous YouTuber Logan Paul.

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Bregoli’s payday from these sponsored listings depends directly on the amount of viewers who interact with the post, with the troubled teen pocketing anywhere from $10,000 to $50,000 for a single post.

February 2017- Bregoli stars in Kodak Black’s “Everything 1K” video.

With Bregoli listing rapper Kodak Black as her celebrity crush, it’s no surprise that the teen jumped on the chance to appear in a visual for his single “Everything 1k.” With a skimpy outfit, thick wad of cash and a solid gold grill, Bregoli rapped along to the explicit lyrics on the roof of a luxury car. You know, totally normal behavior for the then-13-year-old.

Teasing an upcoming rap career, Bregoli then began operating under her stage name Bhad Bhabie full-time.

August 2017- Bhad Bhabie Becomes Official With Rap Debut

Steady grinding with her social media celebrity status, Bregoli stayed out of the limelight for a bit in order to deal with her pending criminal charges. Skating out of the courtroom with a sentence of five years probation, Bregoli hit the studio to finally complete her transition into Bhad Bhabie. The rapper dropped her first official track in “These Heax,” a song dedicated to spraying lyrical acidity on her haters. “These hoes be lackin’, see me in the back/They talk all that shit, but don’t say it in person/Won’t catch me off guard in no boulevard/Four in my car, and my driver my guard,” Bhad Bhabie spits on the track that now has over 10 million streams on Spotify.

September 2017- Bhad Bhabie Lands A Deal With Atlantic Records

Only one year after her first push into the public eye, Bhad Bhabie rode the success off her debut tracks right into the offices of Atlantic Records. The label, whose roster of famous artists include chart-toppers like Cardi B and Ed Sheeran allegedly paid millions to sign the young rapper.

Adding up Bhad Bhabie’s multiple endorsement deals, 40k public appearance price tag, and newly-minted record deal, the viral star-turned-rapper could be worth a whopping $10 million before the end of 2017.

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