Did Danielle 'Bhad Bhabie' Bregoli's Instagram Account Get Shut Down Over A Livestreamed Fight? Messy Details On Her Feud With Malú Trevejo

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Why Are Bhad Bhabie And Malú Trevjo Feuding? Bhad Bhabie's Instagram Account Shut Down Over Livestreamed Fight Instagram

Danielle "Bhad Bhabie" Bregoli is one of those internet sensations who doesn't know when to quit. When she was 13, she became a living meme when she told a lady to "Cash me outside, how 'bout dah?" during an appearance on Dr. Phil.

She went immediately viral and hasn't stopped trying to be a part of the internet lexicon ever since. 

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In the years after her Dr. Phil appearance, she has somehow managed to retain something resembling relevance by releasing a few rap singles. Most of the time, however, she just gets into arguments with other people. She mostly had beefs with other YouTubers and social media stars, but occasionally, she manages to fight with someone actually famous, like Iggy Azalea or Tekashi6ix9ine.

Her latest feud is with singer and YouTuber Malú Trevejo. Their animosity allegedly goes back years — although they're only teens — and it came to a head recently when Bregoli showed up at Trevjo's house and tried to get her to come outside and fight. 


Why are Bhad Bhabie and Malú Trevjo feuding? Read on for the messy details. 

1. Who is Bhad Bhabie anyway?

Bhad Bhabie is better known as Danielle Bregoli. She's even more well known as the Cash Me Ousside Girl. Bregoli first got famous after appearing on the Dr. Phil Show in 2016. Her mom brought her on the episode, titled "I Want To Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried To Frame Me For A Crime," to discuss all the car-stealing, knife-wielding, twerking, and crime framing.

When an audience member criticized her for being a little punk, she responded by telling the person to "Cash me outside, how 'bout dah?" The clip quickly became ubiquitous on YouTube and other social media platforms. 

2. Bregoli managed to build a career as a rapper.

Bregoli didn't just fade from sight after the infamous Dr. Phil episode. She actually managed to carve out a small niche as a rapper. She called herself Bhad Bhabie and, in 2017, she released her first single "These Heaux." 


The song was pretty popular and she became the youngest female rapper to appear on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Another single of hers "Hi Bich," also made the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

3. Mostly, Bregoli/Bhad Bhabie threatens to fight with people, though.

Even though she has a decent career as a musician, her real love in life still seems to be challenging people to fight her. In 2018, she got into a baffling beef with two YouTube stars. Allegedly, 18-year-old YouTuber Woah Vickie used a derogatory word to describe one of Bregoli's friends.

Bregoli responded by confronting Woah Vicki in person and trying to goad her and another YouTuber named Lil Tay — who was nine years old at the time — into a fight. They all yelled at each other for a while before dispersing.

This October, she fought with Woah Vicki again, only this time there really was a fight and Bregoli lost. The two viral video vixens got into it at a recording studio in Atlanta and footage shows Vicki spanking Bhabie in the fight. Well, not literally spanking; it's mainly hair pulling and cussing.


But despite video evidence otherwise, Bregoli took to Instagram to insist she wasn't the loser of the fight. Apparently in her version of fighting, merely touching the person who is beating you up makes you the winner. 

She also tossed a drink on Iggy Azalea, allegedly to retaliate for a video where the Australian singer wondered why anyone would want to see a Bhad Bhabie show. 

4. Why are Bhad Bhabie and Malú Trevjo feuding? 

The latest person that Bregoli wants to "cash her ousside" is Malú Trevejo, a singer and social media star. The two have never liked each other and say they have a beef going back three years.

After the two found themselves in the same group chat the other day, things escalated and Bregoli went out looking for Trevejo. She showed up at Trevejo's home, with her Instagram live video rolling, and yelled “Come on you stupid a–-THOT! Come out the house! Three years she been talking s*** about me, so I’m tryna’ run it! I’m tryna’ run it... tell her come outside!”


Trevejo's parents came to the door and tried to get Bregoli to leave. If you wonder why parents are involved in this, please remember that these two young women are only 16 and 17 years old. Parental supervision is probably exactly what both of them need.

Anyway, Trevejo never came out of the house and her dad threatened to call the cops while Bregoli kept yelling for her nemesis to come out and fight her. 

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5. But don't think Trevejo took the altercation quietly.

Obviously, no one can create viral video content without clapping back to haters so Trevejo made her own video in response to Bregoli's threats and challenges. While she as waiting for Bregoli to arrive at her house she said on Instagram live, "Hold on, she coming, she coming, ooh, ooh.” Malu mocked on her Instagram story before Danielle showed up. “Wasting gas money on me. But let me tell you dogs always come to me…she knows my address…b—h lurks like a motherf—er,” she taunted.


Later she rambled about the incident saying alternately she was mad and glad that she didn't step out and get into a fight.

"I’m mad that I couldn’t do s***, and I’m mad that people want to see two teenagers fight and get into trouble and ruin their f***ing career,” she said on Instagram live. “They did call the cops on us. I’m glad we didn’t do s*** because I would have been in jail, and she would have been in jail. And I’m not pressing charges because I’m not dumb… I’m not going waste my time on no f***ing body. I’m not going to do anything bad to anyone.”



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Trevejo told her side of the story.

6. Then, Bregoli's Instagram account disappeared for a while.

For a while after the whole livestreamed fight-that-never-happened, Bregoli's Instagram was gone. It's since been restored but it isn't clear if she took herself offline to cool down or if the platform shut her down for some kind of violation of rules.

She's back up and running now — and also running her mouth at people who don't like her new hairstyle. Trevejo never lost Insatram access and she is currently promoting her new holiday single



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Bregoli is talking about her hair now. 

Stay tuned to see who Bhad Bhabie will try to fight next or if these two will have at it again. 


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Rebekah Kuschmider has been writing about celebrities, pop culture, entertainment, and politics since 2010. She is the creator of the blog FeminXer and she is a cohost of the weekly podcast The More Perfect Union.