Back in February, Bhad Bhabie, real name Danielle Bregoli, dropped her single “Bestie.” The first time around the track featured Kodak Black, but for her re-vamped version, the 17-year-old linked up with Megan Thee Stallion. The female rappers praised their best friends over the D.A. Doman-produced track, creating a catchy single that BFFs everywhere will be bopping along to all summer long.
Although Bregoli came into prominence by showing off her nasty attitude to Dr. Phil, the teenage rap star has carved out her space in the industry. She’s been stacking her bank account through collaborations, music releases, live shows, touring, merchandise, and near-million dollar endorsement deals. However, some believe that Bregoli should be more careful about her image and lyrics, especially as a minor.
Recently, Dame Dash offered up his opinion on rising female rappers, and when he was shown Bhad Bhabie’s music video, he shut it down. “She’s too young for me to be looking at like that,” said Dash. “Next. The thing is, if she’s that young talking about adult things…she better not be talking about no sex or using no drugs or none of that, or else that’s pedophile ear. I don’t know what the girl is talking about [because] I didn’t want to hear it, but if she’s talking about f*cking or if she’s talking about anything underage girl’s not supposed to be doing, then that’s just promoting to me the Me Too moment that we don’t want.”
Like it’s her fckin’ birthday, bitch twerk that ass (Twerk that ass)
That’s my best friend, that’s my fcking bestie
Can’t fc*k with you hoes ’cause you messy
Pull up to the party, I got everybody lit
I could brag about my best friends, everybody rich (We rich)
Double dutching the money, I be playin’ with the bands