OnlyFans star Bhad Bhabie rose to fame after her viral Dr. Phil moment. Now, the model has spoken out to podcast host Emily Ratajkowski on the High Low with EmRata podcast. During the discussion with the other model, Bhad Bhabie explained that she finds her OnlyFans subscribers to be “creepy” even though their reliable subscriptions to her images and videos help her pay the bills and afford numerous rounds of plastic surgery to enhance her look for her images on the platform.
Bhad Bhabie rose to fame during a 2016 Dr. Phil episode when she was just a thirteen-year-old girl. She taunted the host of the talk show to “Cash me outside – how ’bout dat.” Her words became a catchphrase of a generation of young people. The episode in which the current OnlyFans model appeared was entitled “I Want to Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried to Frame Me for a Crime.”
The young star, who was born Danielle Bregoli, did not even get to see her viral Dr. Phil moment until months after the episode was taped. She was held at the Turn-About Ranch in Escalante, UT, for several weeks after filming the episode with Dr. Phil and her mother and did not see her viral moment until February 2017, months after the video was released to the public.
“Growing up in a house where it was only me and my mother [Barbara Bregoli] in it, I was a very confrontational person at the time. And I [went online and] was like, ‘Who the f*** you think you are talking to?!’ Like, I’m going in on everybody. Like, ‘You don’t f***ing know me!’” Bhabie recalled.
She added, “That’s why, like now, I’m such an unconfrontational person, like, I really hate to be in the mix. I hate to be in bulls***. Even my boyfriend loves being confrontational, so I will be like, ‘No, just calm down. It’s okay. Please leave him alone!’”
It turned out that the rapper’s mother had been emailing Dr. Phil since she was a two-year-old baby girl. However, the OnlyFans model did not realize how desperately her mother wanted to take her to Dr. Phil’s talk show until she was nineteen years old.
“My mom is a very narcissistic person, and, you know, narcissists, they like a crowd figuratively, and literally, they like a crowd,” Bhad explained. “Because they feel like, ‘Well, I can’t convince the people who really know me, so I can convince others of whatever narrative I want to play.’ So I think for her, it was sort of just like, it’s just so crazy to me because I didn’t know what I was walking into.
“She just said we were going on Dr. Phil. I’m, like, smoking weed every day. ‘Alright, take me where you’re going to take me. I don’t give a f***!’ And then when they told me, you’re going to come with us. ‘No, the f*** I’m not!’”
She said, “I was kept covered up for so long, right, with how they were making me dress and s***. And I was young. It’s creepy, but at the same time… eighteen is eighteen. That’s what they said it was, so that’s what they said it was. Do I think it’s a billion percent okay? No. But at the same time, it’s like if they ain’t going to find it here, they’ll find it somewhere.”