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Florida rapper Bhad Bhabie gave her highly anticipated speech at Oxford University earlier this week and the response from students was unexpected. The 19-year-old Onlyfans bombshell on Wednesday, November 2 addressed the students of the prestigious university. She talked about her rapid rise to fame, her career, and her experiences on Turn-About Ranch, a show for troubled teens.
She was also seen talking about joining OnlyFans and minting money on the platform. Excited to meet her, some students even waited hours in the rain to get the spot inside her. Students at the event told TMZ that the rapper, whose real name is Danielle Bregoli, spoke to a chamber full of students on Wednesday night and participated in a question-and-answer session with the president of the Oxford Union. During the session, she talked about her rapid rise to fame in 2013.
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Bhad Bhabi is 19 years old.
Bhad Bhabie first came to public attention after making a guest appearance on an episode of Dr. Phil titled ‘I want to give up my 13-year-old daughter who steals cars, wields knives and twerks and tried to frame me for a crime! !’ The episode became a box office hit and made Bhahie the “charge me out” girl. She then decided to rebrand herself and launched a music career with the help of Kodak Black and Lil Yachty.
Furthermore, she talked about her struggles to become famous so young, earn $50 million on OnlyFans, and shed light on her new scholarship fund. Bhabie is currently among some of the highest earning stars on Onlyfans. According to Forbes, Bhabie earned $49 million in 2021 on the content sharing platform. The star continued to give receipts for her earnings with screenshots of her OnlyFans account, showing a gross income of $53 million.
Bhad Bhabie’s hilarious speech came just one day before world-renowned political activist Malala Yousafzai was to give a talk at the same venue. However, this is not the first time that Bhad Bhabie has addressed students at a prestigious university. Just last month, she teamed up with the Educapital Foundation to create a £1.5 million ($1.7 million) scholarship, which will provide postgraduate business scholarships and full student scholarships.
“While she was developing this scholarship program, it was great to collaborate with Aisha Rodríguez and Dr. Brenita Mitchell from Educapital, both incredible women who provide incredible opportunities to the next generation of entrepreneurs,” she said. “We wanted to not only fund tuition, but also help graduates with startup capital to launch their own businesses. I can’t wait to see what these young hustlers do.”