Bhad Bhabie Wants People to Stop Comparing Female Rappers

In a new interview with MONTREALITY, Bhad Bhabie, aka Danielle Bregoli, spoke about why she doesn't like it when people put women in competition and manufacture beef.

There aren't many 15-year-olds as despised as Bhad Bhabie, aka Danielle Bregoli. Despite the hate, the "cash me outside" viral star and rapper has continued to succeed, collaborating with Ty Dolla Sign among others. With her debut mixtape finally on the way soon, Sept. 19 to be precise, Bregoli sat down with MONTREALITY to talk rap's double standards and XXXtentacion.

Kicking off the interview, she delved straight into why it annoys her when someone says her music is good "for a girl." "What do you mean 'for a girl?' You should say for a person that's crazy, cus I know your ass wouldn't do it," she says at the 0:20 point. "That's something I hate so much, when people say 'for a 15-year-old' or 'for a girl.' What does that even mean?"

It's been clear for a while now that the rap community as a whole loves pitting women against each other, especially when it comes to Cardi B and Nicki Minaj. Bregoli is not a fan of how often this happens, asking why the same standards and desire to manufacture beef doesn't happen with men, too. "It's just, Nicki or Cardi? You can't even say both, because then they'll be like, 'Yeah but who do you like more?'" she says at the 0:52 mark of the interview. For the record, Bregoli says she's a fan of both.

During the interview, she also spoke about XXXtentacion, specifically mentioning the advice he gave her at the 1:50 point. Watch the full interview above.

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