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It’s been a little over one month since “Cash me ousside” teen Danielle Bregoli—now going by rap moniker Bhad Bhabie—dropped two new singles, “Hi Bich” and “Whatchu Know,” but the meme-turned-rapper shows no indication online of burning out soon.
Bregoli surprised everyone in October, when she was listed at No. 5 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart, after “Hi Bich” hit No. 68 on the Hot 100.
Numba 1 soon hoe https://t.co/cpHcguZfSh— Bhad Bhabie (@BhadBhabie) October 12, 2017
What has everyone’s favorite meme rapper been up to since her career hit a new high last month? According to her social media, she’s been all about the hustle.
Bregoli has posted about partnership after partnership with big names like Flipagram, the HearMeOut app, and Fashion Nova, all the while maintaining her voice and attitude that got her famous in the first place.
“Giving away cash and a FaceTime if you go on Flipagram and enter the #HiBich lip sync challenge,” Bregoli wrote in one post. “Try it, don’t be a bitch ass duck.”
Bregoli has also maintained the connection with her fans—and haters—she has been so popular for. Her videos about fan art, for example, show her roasting the art submitted to her.
There’s even a sign that Bregoli plans to use her fame for good. Just one week ago she shared the crowdfunding page that’s raising funds for funeral expenses for Hannah Stone, a singer and vlogger who died by suicide on Nov. 1.
“Dis really sad,” Bregoli wrote on Twitter. “Let’s be those bhad bitches that lead by example to prevent dis from happening again.”
Dis really sad. Let's be those bhad bitches that lead by example to prevent dis from happening again. donate here: https://t.co/jj2dshZMVK— Bhad Bhabie (@BhadBhabie) November 3, 2017
Unfortunately, none of these posts on social media have even hinted when Bregoli plans to release any new music. Fans and haters alike just have to wait and see what Bhad Bhabie has planned next.
Tess Cagle is a reporter who focuses on politics, lifestyle, and streaming entertainment. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Texas Monthly, the Austin American-Statesman, Damn Joan, and Community Impact Newspaper. She’s also a portrait, events, and live music photographer in Central Texas.