Blessed meme-turned-rapper Danielle Bregoli has signed a deal with a production company to document the inner workings of her meteoric music career.
According to TMZ the 15-year-old rapper, who goes by Bhad Bhabie, inked a deal with the production company Invent TV in the hopes of selling the show to a major cable network. Bregoli scrapped a previous reality show deal last year to focus on her music career, which despite her critics, has been sky-rocketing to success. Two of her songs, “These Heaux” and “Hi Bich,” have been on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and the latter track went gold. Bhabie set out on her first headlining tour ever this past weekend.
The Atlantic-signed rapper stirred up attention on Monday after video surfaced of her fighting with Instagram star WoahVickey. The video shows the teens hurling insults back and forth, before Bregoli tries to hit the 18-year-old. The two have been feuding for a while now, but the young MC explained on Twitter how the filmed incident came to be.
just an fyi - i don't be running around picking fights w irrelevant biches. That girl n da other 9 year old called my best friend a "dumb n*****". i don't stand for racial bullshit like that... shit it's 2018 n they're some ignorant biches out here that need to learn— #GUCCiFLipFlops (@BhadBhabie) April 16, 2018
The forthcoming show about Bregoli will focus on the ins and outs of her music career, as well as her personal life. Filming began on Saturday at the first stop of her tour in Santa Ana, CA, where she performed to a sold-out crowd. Bhabie was also just nominated for Top Rap Female Artist for the Billboard Music Awards. If you’re a hater, you might wanna hold your breath. This TV show deal, coupled with her budding music career, proves that Bregoli is here to collect her coin and isn’t going away anytime soon.
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