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Bhad Bhabie has entered rehab for childhood trauma and substance abuse.

Bhad Bhabie Is In Rehab For Childhood Trauma And Substance Abuse; Social Media Reacts

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By Yuriy Andriyashchuk

Danielle Bregoli, aka rapper Bhad Bhabie, has been a poster child for cultural appropriation lately as she continues to copy black women's hairstyles without giving the proper credit. She also continues to downplay black women's concerns about this. She originally became famous by appearing on Dr. Phil's show in 2017 as she was 13 at the time and disrespected he mother by saying "Catch me outside. How bout that?" This sadly gave Bhabie plenty of internet fame along with a record deal at Atlantic Records.

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Bhad Bhabie performing at one of her concerts.
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Bhabie went on to release her debut mixtape '15,' in 2018 as it featured singles such as "Gucci Flip Flops" featuring Lil Yachty, "Hi Bich," "Trust Me" feat. Ty Dolla $ign, and "Geek'd" feat. Lil Baby. Bhabie was also rumored to be involved in a relationship with NBA Youngboy after getting a tattoo dedicated to him but she downplayed being in any relationship. Now, it appears that she is struggling in her personal life as she is entering rehab, according to TMZ.

Bhad Bhabie celebrating the success of her "Gucci Flip Flops" single featuring Lil Yachty.
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The rehab facility is at an undisclosed location as she's been here for a few weeks now. She is entering rehab for childhood trauma and substance abuse due to prescription pills. Bhabie is reportedly doing well so far as she plans to be in this facility for three months. Yesterday, her Instagram account posted a black square in honor of the music industry's Black Out Tuesday campaign on and off social media to support awareness of racism and police brutality in America.

Bhad Bhabie at the movie premiere of Shark Bait.
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Bhabie's Instagram account also released a statement on her Instagram account early this morning addressing her entering rehab.

"Danielle has been working hard for the past few years and made a positive decision to take some much-needed time off to attend to some personal issues. For past weeks, she has been in a treatment center receiving and continuing to receive professional support. She loves her fans, and has promised to return better, and healthier than ever. Please respect her and her family's privacy at this time."

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Bhabie's management also told TMZ "We are very proud of Danielle for recognizing that she needed help and seeking it out."

It's great that she is taking this initiative to better her life. Hopefully, she also tends to other flaws when she gets out such as how she's treated black women on social media. This is something that will hurt her music career much more than help it for sure. Social media rightfully deserves to cancel anything that engages in racist activity. The latest incident came from her "blackfishing" social media to make her skin darker.

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