Bhad Bhabie Gives Speech To Oxford University Students About Making $50 Million On Onlyfans

Famed rapper Bhad Bhabie was met with thunderous applause as she gave a talk at the prestigious Oxford University.
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The Florida native - whose real name is Danielle Bregoli - first rose to fame after appearing Dr. Phil in 2016. The phrase she said during the episode - "Cash me ousside, how bout dah?" - was savagely memed across social media.

However, the 19-year-old used the initial attention to create an award-winning music career that has seen her collaborate with fellow rappers Lil Yachty, Ty Dolla Sign, and Tory Lanez. She was even nominated for Top Female Rap Artist at the Billboard Music Awards in 2018, Variety reported.

Now, it seems, Oxford University wanted to see what all the hype was about, bringing Bregoli to their campus for a Q+A session on numerous topics - including the $50 million she has earned as an Only Fans creator, her new scholarship fund, and the alleged abuse she suffered at Turn-About Ranch, per TMZ.
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The latter is a residential program for troubled teens in Utah, which was recommended to Bregoli by Dr. Phil.

After the ranch received controversy, Bregoli took to YouTube to speak out about the abuse she suffered during her time there. Soon after, the rapper partnered with Paris Hilton - who has also been vocal about similar experiences as a young teen - to raise awareness for programs of this type.

After her Q+A, Bregoli opened up the floor to questions from students, who asked her what she thought of Ye's recent controversial antics. The 'Gucci Flip Flops' rapper then answered by shouting out a list of the controversial artist's biggest hits - which reportedly drew more applause from the packed audience.

But the teen rapper also spoke issues closer to home, such as her new Bhad Scholarships scheme, which has been created thanks to a partnership the Educapital Foundation.
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The $1.7 million scholarship will allow selected students to receive postgraduate entrepreneurial grants and full scholarships.

Speaking at Oxford on Thursday (November 3), Bhad Bhabie said she wants to fund to provide help "young hustlers" starting their own businesses.

"We didn’t want to just give out tuition funds but also help the grads with startup capital to launch their own businesses. I can’t wait to see what these young hustlers do," the teen said.

Bregoli has joined a long list of notable figures who've all given speeches at Oxford University - including US Presidents Reagan, Nixon, Carter, and Clinton; Queen Elizabeth II, Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa, Malcolm X, Albert Einstein, Sir Elton John, Shakira, and Billy Joel.

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