Danielle Bregoli Peskowitz who is popular for inventing the catchphrase “Cash Me Outside, how ‘bout dat?” is an American rapper and internet personality. Danielle aka Bhad Bhabie, 15 first came to an attention after appearing on the Dr. Phil show.
In 2017, she became the youngest female rapper ever to appear on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with her single "These Heaux". The teen star has already accomplished so much when it comes to her music career, so what do you think, how much income she has acc u mulated so far. We have all the details of her net worth, sources of income, and a s sets here.
Danielle Bregoli Net Worth 2018: Details Here!!
Bregoli though being only 15, has already acc u mulated a net worth of $3 million as per the Celebrity Net Worth. As a musician, she charges $40,000 for her performance at the music festival. Apart from her performance, she earns from all the musical compositions and the copyright of her catchphrase.
Besides, Bhabie uses all the opportunities that come to her to earn money. She has promoted various Tea products and Postmates on her Instagram where she has around 15.7 million followers as of December 2018, taking advantage of her newfound fame. As per some sources, from the promotion of "Faishon Nova", she earned a million per post.
At a young age of 15, she has earned enough money to live a luxurious life in Los Angelos with her family. She even paid off her mom's house mortgage of amount $65274.00 and posted on her Instagram.
As per her favorites, she loves to drive and owns a Bentley costing $3 million.
CAPTION: Bhad's Bentley SOURCE: The Daily Beast
She also owns a pet dog of breed French BullDog priced about $1,500 to $3,000.
With lots of fan following, she teamed up with an LA-based design firm, PizzaSlime, and introduced shirts ($24 and up) and hoodies (priced at $65), featuring her famous catchphrase.
How Danielle Bregoli Aka Bhad Bhabie Earned Her Fame?
As Bergoli said the phrase ‘Cash me outside, how ’bout dat?’ in a response to the viewer’s laughter on the Dr. Phil Show. it went viral enough to make her an internet sensation. Mobile games, catchphrase memes were created, and also her phrase was used in music videos and remixes.
Some of the companies used her catchphrase without Bregoli’s permission to which she sued the developers for trademark infringement with her mom and her managers Adam Kluger and Dan Roof.
In 2017, Bhad Bhabie released her first solo ’These Heaux’, which furiously peaked at No 77 on the Billboard Hot 100 which made her youngest female rapper. This opened thousands of doors in her career and inbounds with Atlantic Records for multiple album recording.
In the same year of September, she came up with remixed “Roll-in Pease” by Kodak Black and “From the D to the A” by Tee Grizzley and Lil Yachty. Bhabie appeared in the music video “Everything 1K,” by Kodak Black. Within the same month, she presented “Hi Bich” and “Whachu Know”.
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Later, Bhabie released her solo songs “I Got It” and Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty).”
Danielle went on her first tour with Asian Doll across Europe and North America on April 14, 2018.
CAPTION: 'Cash Me Out' teen on Europe tour SOURCE: KISS 92.5
In 2018, she came up with the music video “Gucci Flip Flops” and “No More Love” which are on the hit list of this year.
Despite her huge fame, she is involved in the law allegation. In the case of grand theft auto and possession of marijuana, she has been sentenced five years probation in Florida.