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Danielle Bregoli Just Called Out Billie Eilish Over DMs On Instagram Live

Danielle Bregoli, aka Bhad Barbie, is no stranger to calling people out over Instagram live and it turns out Billie Eilish isn’t exempt from being in the firing line. If, like me, you’ve been living under some kind of a rock, you might not know that Billie and Bhad Bhabie used to be friends. But,

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Danielle Bregoli, aka Bhad Barbie, is no stranger to calling people out over Instagram live and it turns out Billie Eilish isn’t exempt from being in the firing line.

If, like me, you’ve been living under some kind of a rock, you might not know that Billie and Bhad Bhabie used to be friends.

But, if Bhabie’s most recent Insta-live is anything to go by, the boat carrying that friendship sailed off into the sunset a long time ago, and Bregoli is taking no prisoners about it.

Danielle Bregoli Just Called Out Billie Eilish Over DMs On Instagram LiveBhad Bhabie/Instagram

When asked whether she and Billie are still friends, Bhabie said:

I think I’m friends with Billie. I don’t know if Billie is my friend.

Every time I DM her and give her my number, she just doesn’t text me.

I guess that’s what happens when bitches get famous. It can be like that, I’m not trippin’.

I know who my real friends are.

Billie was actually already famous when Bhabie made her first appearance in the spotlight on Dr Phil, where she coined the most memeable phrase of the decade: Cash me outside, how bow dat?

Given the fact Billie hasn’t even bothered to reply to Bhabie’s messages, I reckon it’s quite unlikely she’ll respond publicly to the rapper’s claims.

But, since she’s got a pretty hectic schedule of winning Grammys and being the biggest popstar on the planet right now, I think we can give her a little bit of a break.

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Danielle Bregoli Responds To Claims She’s Blackfishing In Transformation Photos

Danielle Bregoli, aka Bhad Bhabie, has responded to claims ‘blackfishing’ after uploading a transformation picture on social media. The rapper took to Instagram on Monday, April 6, to show off her new black hair and super-glam look, but fans kept fixating on one thing: the colour of her skin. Bregoli’s followers noticed her skin looked

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Danielle Bregoli, aka Bhad Bhabie, has responded to claims ‘blackfishing’ after uploading a transformation picture on social media.

The rapper took to Instagram on Monday, April 6, to show off her new black hair and super-glam look, but fans kept fixating on one thing: the colour of her skin.

Bregoli’s followers noticed her skin looked significantly darker than usual, leading to some accusing her of ‘blackfishing’, which is when Caucasian people – usually women – use makeup to manipulate their features and skin tone to achieve a more mixed race appearance.

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‘Talked sh*t about Kylie lip fillers, only to get lip fillers,’ one person commented. ‘Bhad Bhabie wanna be a black girl so badly. This sh*t weird.’

Another fan explained why some people take offence to alleged blackfishing, commenting:

It’s painful to watch someone cash in on your actual lifestyle and look, especially when you’re still vilified for being your authentic self.

How long will we crucify black girls for being black girls, while uplifting white women for jocking our essence?

Bhabie has since responded to the claims, but not in the usual Instagram Live rant fashion you might expect.

‘Millions of people sick, thousands dying every day and y’all worried about me getting my makeup done for a photoshoot?’ she wrote on Instagram. ‘I’m usually the wild one but y’all need to chill and focus on what’s important right now.’

She then shared someone’s post joking that her ‘transformation into a light skinned black woman is almost complete’, adding, ‘aww I’m trending, thank you.’

Danielle Bregoli Responds To Claims She's Blackfishing In Transformation PhotosBhad Bhabie/Instagram

However, one woman on Twitter said that the very same people who are frustrated with Bhabie’s new look are the ones who encouraged her behaviour when she was ‘acting like a stereotypical black woman’ and gave her the platform she now has.

Another shared the post, commenting:

If y’all don’t leave dis lil girl alone.. That was three years ago, she’s older now. How the f*ck is she trying to be black? Y’all mad cause this girl is rich off of nothing and found the ropes to make it permanent. Case closed. [sic]

Others compared the Cash Me Ousside viral sensation of ‘ripping off black culture’ and comparing her new look to Lil Mama.

Regardless of which side of the fence you sit on, I think we can all agree that was a pretty mature response from Bhabie, who would usually respond in the form of a vicious rant. I think that’s what you call growth.

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Skai Jackson Granted Restraining Order Against Danielle Bregoli

Disney actress Skai Jackson has reportedly taken out a restraining order on Danielle Bregoli after the rapper launched into a foul mouthed rant threatening to kill her on Instagram earlier this week. According to reports, Jackson was granted the restraining order after telling a judge she has been afraid to leave her house alone and

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Disney actress Skai Jackson has reportedly taken out a restraining order on Danielle Bregoli after the rapper launched into a foul mouthed rant threatening to kill her on Instagram earlier this week.

According to reports, Jackson was granted the restraining order after telling a judge she has been afraid to leave her house alone and hasn’t slept since the tirade of abuse which took place on Monday, February 24.

Bregoli, who goes by the rap name of Bhad Bhabie, has been ordered to stay 100 yards away from Jackson at all times, and isn’t allowed to contact her, either.

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It comes after Bhabie publicly called out the actress on an Instagram live, in which she claimed Jackson had become ‘obsessed’ with her and had started flirting with boys the rapper had been seen with, including NBA YoungBoy, and even claimed she is using a finsta, a fake Instagram, to ‘talk shit’.

The 16-year-old ranted:

I wanna know why every time I’m seen with a dude, bitches wanna get all up on they page?

The bitch is a huge fan! You’re a whole fan! She’s moving sneaky bro! Don’t go post about me on your fake page, bitch.

If you got something to say about me, post it on your page. Show me you fucking bold!

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Things took a turn for the worst however, when Bregoli claimed she would ‘go to jail’ for a ‘Disney thot’, before threatening to kill her.

‘Like you just trying to get me mad at this point,’ she said. ‘I see what you’re doing, and it’s going to get you killed. Like, that’s the thing: I’m gonna fucking kill you. Don’t post your location, because I’m coming.’

Jackson appeared to indirectly respond to the threats with a list of her own accomplishments, before adding that she has ‘no time for negatives’.

After the list was posted to Twitter, Bregoli responded once more on Instagram, telling her:

You can try to hate me for responding to bullshit with more bullshit but that’s just who I am and I don’t apologise for none of it.

Go get your restraining order, Imma go get checks.

And, it seems like that’s exactly what Jackson did, after TMZ reported Jackson was granted the restraining order on Thursday, February 27, which prevents Bregoli from coming within 100 yards or contacting the actress.

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Cash Me Ousside Girl Defends Box Braids After Being Accused Of Cultural Appropriation

Bhad Bhabie – better known as the ‘Cash Me Ousside Girl’ – has defended her box braids after being accused of cultural appropriation. The 16-year-old rapper, who entered public consciousness with her now infamous Dr Phil segment, was criticised after revealing a head full of box braids adorned with gold beads. Bhad Bhabie – real

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Bhad Bhabie – better known as the ‘Cash Me Ousside Girl’ – has defended her box braids after being accused of cultural appropriation.

The 16-year-old rapper, who entered public consciousness with her now infamous Dr Phil segment, was criticised after revealing a head full of box braids adorned with gold beads.

Bhad Bhabie – real name Danielle Bregoli – has since been accused of cultural appropriation, exploiting black culture and being disrespectful to women of colour.

Feebraids, a Palm Beach-based licensed braider, shared vids of the teenage rapper sporting her new braids and a t-shirt bearing the slogan, ‘Big Boobed And Awesome’.

However, plenty of people were less than impressed with Bregoli’s new look, believing it to be culturally insensitive and woefully misguided.

One person wrote:

Everyone make sure to leave a one star review on their Facebook page. Spend your hard earned black dollars elsewhere.

Another said:

We change our hairstyle and wear wigs and braids cause it’s a protective style. Box braids are a protective style that’s for black peoples hair. It’s not meant for white people hair. It’s deeply rooted in our African roots. Not just about hair.

Bregoli did not take kindly to this response, and lashed out at her critics via Instagram:

To all the black females that are saying my hair [ain’t] meant for box Braids guess the f*ck what y’all hair [ain’t] meant to be straight but y’all glue whole wigs on to your heads and sew brazilian /Indian/ Peruvian hair which [isn’t anything] like your natural hair texture at all.

I don’t say a god damn thing neither do the other cultures that you get the hair from. And on top of that I’m not one of the ppl who has ever made fun of or said anything bad about girls with box braids or any type of braids [sic]

The These Heaux rapper then threatened to get ‘real disrespectful’ before elaborating further on her comments about black women wearing straight hair:

First of all my comment was NOT directed towards ALL black women who wear straight hair only Towards the black women who were saying I was trying to b black bc I was wearing braids.

All I did was say back to them what they said to me by saying what they want to b like other cultures for wearing straight Peruvian, Indian, and other hair types. [sic]

Bregoli continued:

And btw I didn’t call black women bald headed either that was in a whole different comment that was made about all the ppl who also had something to say about me.[sic]

According to an article by Maisha Z. Johnson in Everyday Feminism, cultural appropriation is far more than just a person adopting aspects of a culture other than their own:

A deeper understanding of cultural appropriation also refers to a particular power dynamic in which members of a dominant culture take elements from a culture of people who have been systematically oppressed by that dominant group.

That’s why cultural appropriation is not the same as cultural exchange, when people share mutually with each other – because cultural exchange lacks that systemic power dynamic.

Bregoli appeared frustrated that she had been judged for her hair despite not being ‘bothered’ by how other girls style theirs.

However, as a white person this is a privileged position for her to take, and she would do well to listen to the black women who are currently calling her out.

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