Bhad Bhabie, Dr. Phil Alum, is Pregnant & Expecting Her First Baby

– Social media star Bhad Bhabie, also known as Danielle Bregoli, has announced her pregnancy via social media, showing off her baby bump in mirror selfies on Instagram.
– The 20-year-old, who first gained fame after appearing on a 2016 episode of Dr. Phil, is currently in a relationship with Le Vaughn, and the couple have kept their romance largely private.
– Bhad Bhabie’s rise to fame was rapid, going from “the bad kid that my mother can’t control” to having a gold record in six months, as she reflected in her 2019 Snapchat series “Bringing Up Bhabie”.

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Well, well, well. Bhad Bhabie is about to be a mama. You heard it right, folks. The social media sensation, who first made waves in a 2016 episode of Dr. Phil, has announced she’s pregnant. And how did she do it? By showing off her baby bump on social media, of course.

In a pair of mirror selfies shared to Instagram on Dec. 1, Bhad Bhabie, also known as Danielle Bregoli, posed in a fitted neutral t-shirt and sweatpants. And, oh boy, was her belly pronounced. Fellow influencer Woah Vicky couldn’t help but gush over the news in the comments, writing, “May God bless you and your family! The baby is going to be sooo cute.”

The 20-year-old is currently in a relationship with Le Vaughn. The duo has mostly kept their romance under wraps since sparking rumors in 2021. But they did add a permanent touch to their love story. The “Gucci Flip Flops” rapper revealed, according to TMZ, that the couple had gotten each other’s names tattooed in April.

Just a few months later, Bhad Bhabie gave her man a sweet birthday shoutout on social media. She shared a photo of them sitting courtside at a basketball game, captioning the Nov. 11 snap with a short and sweet, “Happy birthday baby.”

Bhad Bhabie first rose to fame in 2016 after the then 13-year-old sparred with Dr. Phil McGraw on an episode of his eponymous daytime talk show. During her appearance—during which she was featured as a troubled teen alongside her mom—she coined the now-infamous catchphrase, “Cash me outside, how bout dah,” when the studio audience laughed at her.

And just a few years after her appearance on Dr. Phil’s show became an internet sensation, the rapper reflected on the dizzying experience of skyrocketing to fame. “I’m the bad kid that my mother can’t control, so she put me on a TV show,” she recalled on her 2019 Snapchat series Bringing Up Bhabie. “I went from sleeping on the floor in a trailer to having a gold record in six months.”

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