Danielle Bregoli no longer wants to be called ‘cash me outside girl’ from Dr Phil

The woman nicknamed “Bhad Bhabie” says she no longer wants to be associated with Dr Phil McGraw, six years after her famous appearance on the show.

He cashed it, but you will no longer “cash it out”.

Danielle Bregoli – aka Bhad Bhabie, previously a “cash me outside” girl – says she doesn’t want to be associated with her famous 2016 appearance in “Dr. Phil”, and would prefer it if fans reference his reported net worth instead.

On Wednesday, the 19-year-old told TMZ he’s made $50 million since he started an account at OnlyFans a year ago.

“[People think] I fell in love with being the girl who became famous for being in ‘Dr. Phil’ and said something crazy. That’s not how I feel!” Bregoli stated.

“Call me the youngest woman of the decade to get platinum… Call me some things like that!” he continued. “Call me the girl who got the million dollar makeup deal! The girl who made over 50 million dollars on OnlyFans!” he continued.

Bregoli rose to prominence as a guest on a daytime talk show where he challenged host Dr. Phil McGraw to the fight, uttering his now iconic phrase: “My money’s out, how about dah?”

But the rapper — who just squished $6.1 million in cash on a seven-bedroom Florida mansion — says he’s accomplished so much more in the six years since.

It’s unclear if Bregoli actually makes that kind of money from his OnlyFans account. Posts has contacted the website and Bregoli representatives for more information on his claim.

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However, last April, Bregoli made over $1 million in just hours of launching its OnlyFans to the public.

Insider also said Page Six at a time when the rapper’s account was on track to generate over $5 million in gross revenue in 24 hours.

The star appears to be investing his money wisely, making headlines Tuesday after picking up his new Palm Beach County property.

This 855 sqm ultra-luxury home is set on one hectare in an exclusive fenced-in community.

This story originally appeared in the New York Post and has been reproduced with permission.

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