Bhad Bhabie says people who joined her OnlyFans right when she turned 18 should be in jail
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Bhad Bhabie agrees that people who joined her OnlyFans the minute she turned 18 years old should be in jail.
To refresh your memory, the rapper - real name Danielle Bregoli - first rose to online fame at the young age of 13 after her explosive 2016 appearance on Dr. Phil.
In the episode, Bregoli turned on an audience member and told her to 'catch me outside', a threat that would go on to become her catchphrase in the weeks that followed.
And the teen didn't just enjoy her 15 minutes of fame. She milked it for all it was worth and ended up carving a music career for herself, so fair play.
And as soon as she turned 18 years old, she made the move into OnlyFans – a business decision that has more than paid off, according to Forbes, which recently unveiled its latest Top Creators list.
Bregoli came in at number 16, with her total earnings for 2021 estimated to be $51 million (£42m).
The majority of this, the business magazine said, came from her OnlyFans work, which apparently raked in more than $1 million (£823,000) in her first six hours alone.
However, some people questioned the fact that a number of her fans openly admitted to counting down the days until she was of legal age in the US, as described in a Rolling Stones article on the matter.
This topic was raised in a recent episode of Barstool Sports' Sundae Conversation with Caleb Pressley when they invited Bregoli to the hot seat.
The host jokes with the rapper, who is now 19 years old, saying: "The night you turned 18 you... registered to vote?"
"That's not what I thought you was going to say," she laughs before Pressley says, "Oh, you thought I was going to say you joined the military."
Bregoli continues to chuckle before bringing up her OnlyFans, leading the host to ask a series of questions including whether people joined right away.
She confirms that they did, so Pressley then asks, "Should they be in jail?" To which she replies, "Yeah."
Although one viewer described this fact as 'sad', most of the commenters were focused on co-host Glenny Balls, who appears to be dressed as Dr. Phil.
"We gotta give Glenny credit for dressing up as Dr. Phil," wrote one, while another said, "Glenny Balls is hilarious without saying a word."
A third added: "Glenny dressed as Dr. Phil is the best part about this video."