AceShowbiz - Bhad Bhabie (Danielle Bregoli) has had enough with accusations of her getting any work done on her face or body. The 16-year-old rapper recently took to her Instagram account to drop receipts that she never gets lip injections.
Posting a slew of photos dating to several dates between November and December 2019, Bhabie wrote in the caption, "YOU FOOLISH CLOWNS CHECK THE DATES MY LIPS BEEN BIG THE MINUTE YALL SEE ME WEAR LIPLINER ITS OUUUUUU sHe GoT InJEctiONs."
Fans in the comment section, however, suggested the young star not to let the hate comments get to her. "Why you entertaining these folks dude," one fan said, with someone else wrote, "stop letting these people get to you."
"You don't have to explain yourself f**k them," another fan added. "You can do your makeup differently and make your lips look bigger doesn't mean they are fake and who cares if they were seriously people just love to hate," one user comforted her.
This is the second time for the "Cash Me Outside" star denied plastic surgery rumors against her this month alone. On January 2, Bhabie insisted that the change on her look wasn't the result of her getting a plastic surgery.
"I think a lot of y'all forget I'm getting older so I'm gonna start looking different," so she said. "Stop making up shit I don't have any surgery's... leave me tf alone."
She went on writing in a separate post, "Always Remember! Rumors are carried by haters, spread by fools and accepted by idiots."
Throughout her career, Bhabie has faced criticism for almost everything. Seemingly tired of being criticized, the femcee previously broke her silence on the controversy over her box braids which led her to announce her plan to quit the industry and move back to her hometown.
Prior to this, Bhabie also fired back at haters accusing her of cultural appropriation for wearing box braids. "How am I appropriating anything?" she argued. "Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought for someone to b culturally appropriating something they had to have bashed it on some one of the cultural that created it and I know for a fact I've never did anything like that."
"To all the black females that are saying my hair [ain't] meant for box Braids, guess the f**k what y'all hair [ain't] meant to be straight but y'all glue whole wigs on to your heads and sew brazilian/Indian/ Peruvian hair which [isn't anything] like your natural hair texture at all," she said. "I hope y'all bald-headed h**s stay up all night thinking bout this. Me and my braids gonna sleep real good."