12 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Florida Girl Danielle "Bhad Bhabie" Bregoli
Catch me outside!
Danielle Bregoli’s fame sparked with her appearance on the Dr. Phil show, where her catchphrase “catch me outside” became an internet meme. Since then, Danielle Bregoli, or “Bhad Bhabie” as she is also known by, has built herself a music career, releasing several hit singles as well as collaborating and touring with other artists. If you’re curious to know more about her, here's everything you need to know about the Florida star.
Not yet 18 and already breaking music history records, Bregoli’s attitude and skill have been the foundation of her blooming career.
From her home in ato the stage of Dr. Phil, her singles have found popularity on trending music charts and led her on tours across the country.
Bregoli’s music and fame have created a Snapchat original series centered around her life and even a mobile.
Now, with just a new song out in 2020, Bregoli will be on a hiatus for an undetermined amount of time as she seeks professional help to take care of personal issues.
As described on her Instagram, she loves her fans and promises to return healthier and better than ever.
Until then, enjoy these facts you might not have known about Bhad Bhabie Danielle!
1. She was born and raised in Boynton Beach, Florida.
2. Born on March 26, 2003, she is 17 years old.
Bregoli celebrated her 16th birthday at Ohm Nightclub in Hollywood, California, and she also received a chain from Lil Yachty reportedly valued at $40,000 according to Sun-Sentinel.
3. She was raised by her mother.
Her relationship with her father, a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Deputy, was damaged following her parent's separation.
4. Her start to fame began with her appearance on the Dr. Phil show.
Her catchphrase, “Catch me outside, how 'bout dat,” was born in response to the audience’s laughter.
5. In 2017, Bregoli became the youngest female rap artist to debut on Billboard Hot 100.
After her first single “These Heaux” reached number 77 on the music chart.
6. "These Heaux" was what scored her a record deal.
She signed with Atlantic Records and released several more singles throughout 2017 and 2018, rapping about her past experiences as well as collaborating and touring with other artists.
7. In 2019, Bregoli released the first season of Bringing Up Bhabie on Snap Originals.
It gives you a look at her daily life and the building of her music career.
8. Bregoli has gone through a ton of different hairstyles.
9. She returned from her hiatus in February 2020.
When she released a remix to Nicki Minaj’s song “Yikes.”
10. There's a free mobile game called Ride or Die! that features Bregoli
Nails and all, running from the police.
11. She's still making music.
In April, she released her first song of 2020 titled “That’s What I Said.”
12. She's in rehab.
On June 3, a statement was posted to Bregoli’s Instagram account saying that she was taking some much-needed time off to focus on personal issues and was receiving professional help. She promised to return better and healthier than ever.
Now you know a little bit more about Danielle Bregoli, aka Bhad Bhabie — catch her outside!