Danielle Bregoli, better known as the 'cash me outside' girl, has capitalised further on her accidental fame by signing a lucrative recording contract with one of music's largest record companies.
The infamous 14-year-old, who rose rapidly to fame after an iconic Dr. Phil appearance, inked the contract with Atlantic Records under the guise of her rap moniker, Bhad Bhabie.
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The teenager - who was sentenced to five years' probation after being found guilty of theft, possession of marijuana and filing a false police report earlier this year - will stand to earn millions of dollars and record several albums as a result of the deal.
The contract comes after the surprise success of Bregoli's first single 'These Heaux', which peaked at no 1 on Spotify's viral US and global charts. It also earned a spot on the Billboard Hot 100, making her the youngest female rapper to debut on the chart.
The rapper also released her own version of 'Roll In Peace' by Florida rapper Kodak Black, a track that was also widely listened to and extended her profitability.
Bregoli rose to fame after an appearance on Dr. Phil in September 2016, when her mother chose to confront her on her unruly behaviour with the help of host Phil McGraw.
The teen was thrown off by audience members laughing at her, and threatened them by calling them "hoes" and telling them to "cash me ousside, how bow dah?", which translates to "catch me outside, how about that?"
Since then, she's gone from strength to strength - meeting the Kardashians, signing a high-paying reality TV deal and charging tens of thousands of dollars for public appearances.
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