Danielle Bregoli gained her claim to fame from being an out of control teenager. She became known as the “cash me outside” girl, something that stuck after her appearance on Dr. Phil. Bregoli is known professionally as Bhad Bhabie. Despite the sour taste she left in the mouth of many talk show viewers, she managed to get herself a record deal.
The news of XXXTentacion’s death earlier this week has left the music world stunned. While there are people who weren’t affected by the news, there are some who were brought to tears. Danielle Bregoli was reportedly close to the rapper, something that wasn’t widely known or broadcast to the world. According to TMZ, she is still choked up about losing her friend. Bregoli talked to the outlet about her friendship with X and called for the violence to end. She was asked about cleaning up her image, but no response was given.
On Instagram, Danielle Bregoli talked about XXXTentacion and their friendship. There was a five-year age gap between the two, but that didn’t seem to matter. She is especially hung up on the last words she spoke to him, something that may haunt her forever. Bregoli recounted telling X that she never wanted to talk to him again. After what transpired on Monday, she is having serious regrets over her choice of words.
Plenty of rumors have been circulating about who shot XXXTentacion and why, but nothing concrete has been released regarding the motive. As reported by the Inquisitr, the man who is believed to have shot the rapper is currently in custody. Danielle Bregoli has not commented on the arrest or any possible motives surrounding the death, instead, she is focused on mourning her friend and asking for the violence to end.
Currently, Danielle Bregoli is in California working on a music video for one of her songs. She has a growing fan base under her stage name, something many people didn’t believe was possible. Bregoli revealed that she is going to miss calling XXXTentacion for advice and having him call her out when she does something wrong. In fact, that may have been the reason for her being upset enough to tell him she never wanted to speak to him again. Danielle Bregoli may be one of the people publicly mourning XXXTentacion, but she certainly isn’t the only to speak out about ending the violence that has impacted the music community for decades.