Bhad Bhabie gives speech to Oxford University students about making $50 million
Bhad Bhabie, aka Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli, gave her highly anticipated speech at the Oxford Union.
That’s right, the Florida rapper made an appearance at the prestigious university earlier this week on 2 November, and people were queuing for hours to get inside and hear her words of wisdom.
Met with rounds of applause, the Only Fans star spoke about her quick rise to fame, career, and experience at the Turn-About Ranch.
For those unfamiliar with the Florida rapper, she first rose to fame back in 2013 on an episode of Dr. Phil titled I Want to Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried to Frame Me for a Crime!
But since her appearance on the show, Danielle has rebranded as Bhad Bhabie and launched a music career with the help of Kodak Black and Lil Yachty.
The star went on to firm this up with screenshots from her OnlyFans, showing a gross revenue of $53 million.
This isn’t the first time that the rapper has dipped her toe into the pool of higher education, though.
Just last month she teamed up with the Educapital Foundation to create a $1.7 million scholarship, which will provide postgraduate entrepreneurial grants and full scholarships to students.
Bhad Bhabie spoke about her partnership, explaining that she wanted to make a real difference to ‘young hustlers’ starting their own business.
“While developing this scholarship programme, it was great collaborating with Educapital’s Aisha Rodriguez and Dr. Brenita Mitchell, both amazing women giving amazing opportunities to the next generation of entrepreneurs,” she said.
“We didn’t want to just give out tuition funds but also help the grads with startup capital to launch their own businesses. I can’t wait to see what these young hustlers do.”
Meanwhile, Dr. Brenita Mitchell, Founder of Educapital Foundation, said the scholarship will remove financial barriers for students: “We are incredibly grateful for our partnership with Bhad Bhabie that allows us the continue our mission to eliminate poverty through trade school education.”
“I have seen firsthand the role education plays in opening doors to building wealth and creating successful career opportunities.
“By removing financial barriers, the ‘Bhad Scholarship’, will help students spend more time focusing on their studies, and help them achieve their lifelong dreams.”