Danielle Bregoli Net Worth
Danielle Bregoli net worth and salary: Danielle Bregoli, AKA Bhad Bhabie, is an American social media star and rapper who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Danielle Bregoli was born in Boynton Beach, Florida in March 2003. She became famous after appearing on the television series Dr. Phil in 2016. On the show she used the now infamous catch phrase "Cash me ousside how bow dah", which became one of the biggest memes of 2017. Bregoli became known as the "Cash Me Ousside Girl" after appearing on the segment "I Want To Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried To Frame Me For a Crime" on the Dr. Phil show. She quickly gained a social media following and appeared in the music video "Everything 1K' by Kodak Black.
Bregoli has made the most of her fame, cashing in on every opportunity that comes her way. As of 2019 she has 16 million followers on Instagram, 500,000 followers on Twitter and 6 million subscribers on YouTube. She gets paid significant sums of money to do paid posts and product placements on Instagram. Some of her earliest paid spots were for Fit Tea and Postmates. And the placement performed very well. Her Fit Tea video was viewed more than 12 million times. Danielle Bregoli can easily make up to $300,000 a month on product ads, and as much as $100,000 for a single post.
In addition to product placements, Bregoli is also reportedly charging up to $40,000 for meet and greet sessions, as evidenced by her appearance at the Rolling Loud Music Festival in May 2018. She received $40,000 to appear at the festival, and the owner of the company running the festival says that he will also be throwing Bregoli's 14th birthday party at the site, and that Danielle will be getting a cut of all of the ticket sales. Danielle's representation says it costs around $30,000 to get her to appear at an event in the United States, and $40,000 for an event abroad. She ultimately earned around $1 million from her own 25-city tour.
In December 2018, Danielle signed a deal with Snapchat to create a reality series for the social network.
In January 2019, Danielle earned $900,000 to endorse a new cosmetics company called CopyCat Beauty for six months. She will also earn a cut of the company's profits. If the endorsement performs well, Danielle's contract entitles her to a large bonus and the opportunity to create her own makeup line.