Danielle Bregoli (b.k.a. Bhad Bhabie, b.b.k.a. the "Cash Me Outside" girl) just signed a worldwide publishing deal with Pulse Music Group. Billboard reports that the deal will cover all past and future songs from Bhabie, including songs like "Hi Bich" and her Kodak Black collab "Bestie."

TMZ reports that the deal the 16-year-old just signed is worth $1 million. She will receive $350,000 as an advance and the remainder will be payed in installments of $325,000 as she pays back her advance. While all past and future songs sounds intimidating, especially for a teen, the deal reportedly gives her around 70 percent of future record sales, licensing fees, and digital streaming royalties. The $1 million is meant to act as an advance on the 30 percent that the BMI subsidiary will get on all of her music. 

Bhad Bhabie's charisma was enough to overshadow the entire career of a former daytime TV titan. Dr. Phil told Joe Rogan on the latter's podcast that Bregoli's appearance on his show is his "moment of infamy."

"No, I mean, seriously, this girl comes on...her mother actually brings her on, of course, and she's a train wreck. We work with her and we send her to this ranch for, like, four months, right? She goes for a long time and makes a complete turnaround, does a really great job," he said. "They say she's become a leader, she's working with all these girls, doing a great job. And then she graduates." 

He said the work all fell apart after one night back home, leading to the famous scene we've all seen and Bregoli's star turn.