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Rapper Bhad Bhabie turning catchphrase into a career

Danielle Bregoli, aka Bhad Bhabie, signed with Atlantic Records after the release of her first single, “These Heaux,” in 2017. (Trent Barboza)
Danielle Bregoli, aka Bhad Bhabie, signed with Atlantic Records after the release of her first single, “These Heaux,” in 2017. (Trent Barboza)

Bhad Bhabie, aka Danielle Bregoli, aka the “Cash Me Ousside” girl, has done what many an Internet star only dreams of by extending her 15 minutes of fame, turning a catchphrase into a career.

After her appearance on “Dr. Phil” in 2016 went viral, Bregoli released her first single, “These Heaux,” in 2017, which prompted Atlantic Records to sign her to a multi-album contract.

A steady stream of non-album singles has followed, including “Hi Bich,” which was certified gold in March, and “Whachu Know.” Her latest single, “Gucci Flip Flops,” features Lil Yachty.

If you thought Bregoli was just a flash-in-the-pan artist, it might be time to change your tune; she was nominated for the Top Rap Female Artist award at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards.

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