Fans are worried about Bhad Bhabie after she posted an alarming message via Instagram Stories on Friday, March 6. The 16-year-old rapper — whose real name is Danielle Bregoli — spoke out about online bullying and went on a rant that caused her 17.5 million Instagram followers to be concerned about her mental health.

“Y’all only gonna [be] happy when I kill myself on God like y’all hate me so bad for what’s the reason what did I personally do to any of y’all! Y’all hate me for standing up and defending myself y’all hate me[.] If I get a tan y’all hate me if my hair is curly y’all hate me if I get a tattoo y’all hate me if I breathe!! Y’all never give me a f**king break. This s**t is stupid asf I see why [people] kill [themselves] over internet hate,” Danielle wrote in a since-expired Instagram Stories message that was screenshotted and reposted by The Shade Room.

For those who don’t know, her social media rant was just a few day after the “Gucci Flip Flops” musician came under fire online after getting into a public feud with former Disney Channel star Skai Jackson. The Superior Court of California in Los Angeles granted the Jessie actress a temporary restraining order against Danielle on February 27, 2020, after she threatened to “kill” her during an Instagram Live. Danielle also accused Skai of “talking s**t” about her on her private Instagram account, blocking her on social media and flirting with her ex-boyfriend, NBA YoungBoy. According to People, the restraining order required Danielle stay at least 100 yards away from Skai. Additionally, she is not allowed to have any contact with Skai, even on social media. The court also set a hearing date for March 20, 2020.

Previously, in December 2019, the “Cash Me Outside” rapper was accused of cultural appropriation on social media after posting a photo of herself sporting box braids.

Upon seeing her concerning Instagram posts, some fans urged internet trolls to stop bullying Danielle.

“Leave the little girl alone! She’s 16 years old and grown men and women really troll her and then act like it’s acceptable. She’s a CHILD her antics [shouldn’t] even be posted here to be honest she’s too young for that level of backlash,” one person wrote on Instagram. Another added, “Ya really be tearing these [people] down constantly [because] of things they’ve done or been [through]… as if nothing you’ve done isn’t bad. It’s sickening! I pray she’s good.”

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