Bhad Bhabie subsequently signed a record deal with Atlantic Records and has since expanded into a reality show, a makeup brand, tours, and a music career.
13 Facts About Bhad Bhabie
Bhad Bhabie's parents, Ira Peskowitz and Barbara Ann Bregoli, dated for a year before Barbara became pregnant, later separating when she was an infant.
Bhad Bhabie is of Ashkenazi Jewish descent through her father and Italian descent through her mother.
Bhad Bhabie threatened to sue Walmart for using her catchphrase on T-shirts.
Bhad Bhabie was later arrested and pleaded guilty to charges of grand theft, marijuana possession, and filing a false police report, for which she was sentenced to five years' probation in July 2017, but the probation ended earlier in March 2018 after she hired a new lawyer.
Bhad Bhabie accused staffers of forcing her to sit still for three days straight without being allowed to sleep, using physical restraint on other teenagers, and ignoring reports of bullying.
Bhad Bhabie criticized Dr Phil for sending teenagers on his show to the facility.
Bhad Bhabie responded via an April 2021 interview with NewsNation that he is unaware of the ranch's actions and does not get feedback from them, to which Bregoli reacted by saying in a second video that the ranch sends progress reports directly to the show.
Bhad Bhabie received a 2018 Billboard Music Award nomination in the category of Best Female Rap Artist, along with Cardi B and Nicki Minaj.
Bhad Bhabie released the single "Geek'd" featuring Lil Baby, with a music video released two days later.
Bhad Bhabie released the version with Megan in order for her song to be played on the radio as radio stations were boycotting Kodak Black at the time.
Bhad Bhabie received support from celebrities such as Demi Lovato, Blac Chyna and Charli XCX.
Bhad Bhabie later demonstrated evidence of earnings of more than $50 million, which was initially met with skepticism.