‘this s**t is really draining,’ the ‘Cash Me Outside’ star says of the hate comments she’s been receiving onlibe, adding that ‘when I do come back I will b Turing [sic] all my comments off.’
AceShowbiz -Bhad Bhabie (Danielle Bregoli) has had enough with the hate comments she’s been receiving. The 16-year-old announced on Tuesday, January 14 on her Instagram account that she would be taking a “small break” from the site as troll had affected her mental health.
“Due to my mental health, I will be taking a small break from this app,” so the “Cash Me Outside” star wrote in a now-deleted post. “I hate to say it, but y’all won. Congrats. Mission complete. Y’all made the little 16-year-old completely lose it. Social media has not only made me who I am, but also is every reason I can’t sleep at night.”
“Imagine being called a racist white c**t every second of they [sic] day… I show off a tattoo they say I’m tryna b black…,” she added, referring to her new butterfly tattoo. “I defenf my self then boom I’m labeled as a racist.”
She went on saying in her message, “There’s no winning as a celebrity on this app. Everything I do will b considered wrong… image being me for second you just get a cute new wig and wanna show it off then the minute you post your mood is instantly killed bc your comment section if flooded with ‘this s**t wants to b black so bad’ while weaing a straight blonde wig…….”
“this s**t is really draining,” she concluded. “When I do come back I will b Turing [sic] all my comments off. Have a nice day.”
Fans were supportive for her decision. “Mental health is on #1 keep doing you babe we will always support you,” one fan wrote in the comment section. “Sad y’all did this to a poor little girl smh she is a child y’all at the end of the day,” another user added.
While she’s taking some time off, it seems like Bhabie will pour all of her attention to her upcoming new music. She, who went platinum with her Lil Yachty-assisted hit “Gucci Flip Flops”, previously teased that “more hits coming. more records gon b broken.”
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