Rap rookie Bhad Bhabie is getting ready to glow up. The hip-hop newcomer is reportedly teaming up with social media giant Snapchat for a new reality TV show.
According to reports, BB is going to premiere her new “Bringing Up Bhabie” before 2019.
We’ve learned Bhad Bhabie signed a deal to create a 12-episode docuseries on the social media app … it’s called “Bringing Up Bhabie” and it’s set to premiere later this year. We’re told Danielle is one of the most popular celebs on the platform … and shooting begins this month with a focus on her personal life and music career. (TMZ)
Rap rookie Bhad Bhabie isn’t feeling one of her all-time favorites right now. The hip-hop newcomer has called out Nicki Minaj for her public outbursts against some of the biggest celebrities ranging from Travis Scott to Cardi B.
In a new interview with radio personality Big Boy, BB said she couldn’t defend Nicki for losing her cool on her recent Queen Radio victims.
“I grew up listening to Nicki, that was the female rap I was raised on. She is doing way too much. She’s way salty about this whole sh*t when it comes to the Travis sh*t, the Kylie Stormi sh*t when it comes to the Cardi sh*t. Way too much. Way too f*cking much. Like, it’s just, blown out of proportion.” (Big Boy TV)
“When someone says how they feel they’re not always upset or angry. I felt like I wanted to punch him in his f*cking face because the thing is – it’s about what’s right, what’s wrong and what’s fair. I’ve had a number two album and I’ve never cared. It’s just that when you have a number two album to someone that’s selling shirts and merch and selling passes for a tour that’s not even announced yet, it feels like you’re being tricked. It feels like someone’s playing a game and beating you at a game. I don’t feel like you’re selling music. I want to sell music. Yes. He sold a lot of t-shirts and sweaters and tour passes and we’re not going to have that. Yes. So I got to say he didn’t have the number one album, Queen is the number one and by the way I lost out on 12 hours of sales the first week because it was a secret album. I was going to drop it while it was on Queen Radio and then I didn’t and then 12 hours later it came out. To do such a huge number is a big deal. I want to make sure I say this because sometimes people think you’re ungrateful and I’m the most grateful person in the world. I love being grateful and remembering that things could be worse. I ‘m one of those people who, I get it. I don’t like being bullied and I don’t like being taken advantage of and sometimes people use scare tactics against you, because they know, especially as a black woman, that people will call you angry or bitter, and so now it’s almost like we’re not allowed to defend ourselves or stand up for ourselves and I’m not going to have that.”
Last month, Nicki Minaj ripped Scott’s manager during her Apple Music Queen Radio broadcast over touring issues.
“The ‘C**k Sucka of the day is Irving Azoff. And I’m gonna tell you why – allegedly, he tried to put out a smear campaign against my tour, and contacted people in the media to spread negative things about my tour.” (Queen Radio)
Recently, Nicki Minaj exploded on Cardi and accused her of sending racist messages to a black woman on social media.
“Calling a dead child a monkey but telling people somebody talked about your child that nobody talked about your motherf*cking child so you can get some f*cking sympathy points?! Now we’re gonna get it in. Now we going to get into some things because I’m tired of people f*cking lying on me. So we gonna get into some things. You want to talk about stopping bags but there’s two innocent girls in the strip club right now that did nothing but go to the strip club and get money. Now they can’t get no money. Now who’s stopping bags? Because you got grown a** f*cking men showing up to where they at and where they work at. They can’t feed they kids. They can’t feed they f*cking family. They can’t feed they f*cking family because you mad at what another man sticking his d*ck inside of. You mad at a woman for what a man is doing!” (Queen Radio)