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DJ Akademiks Asks 15-Year-Old Bhad Bhabie About Her Sex Life In Resurfaced Video



Akademiks & 6ix9ine Ask 15-Year-Old Bhad Bhabie If She F*cked 

Akademiks & 6ix9ine Ask 15-Year-Old Bhad Bhabie If She F*cked Trippie Redd At Age 14

Controversial Spotify Podcaster DJ Akademiks is currently facing backlash after disturbing videos resurfaced of himself asking a then 15-year-old Bhad Bhabie, born Danielle Bregoli, about her s** life.

Akademiks and 6ix9ine – who previously pleaded guilty to the use of a child in a s**ual performance in October 2015, and is currently on probation for that crime – use foul language when pressing the young teen on whether or not she sl*pt with Trippie Redd at age 14 during inappropriate Twitch and IG stream sessions.

Akademiks presses Bregoli, saying, “…If 6ix9ine said that Trippie f****d you, that’s false.” 6ix9ine later joins the stream where he then grills Bregoli on her relationship with Trippie. “Trippie told X y’all f****d,” 6ix9ine tells the teen girl as an excited Akademiks watches on while downing a bottle of dark liquor.


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Many people around social media were disturbed by the brazenness of Akademiks and 6ix9ine s**ualizing a 15-year-old girl on live stream. “Tekashi 69 and DJ Akademiks some hall of fame weirdos for calling a 15 year old girl and asking about her s** life,” one Twitter user wrote.

Another wrote, “DJ Akademiks, a 27 year old man, was talking to Danielle Bregoli, a 15 year old girl, for 25 minutes about n****s she may or may not had s** with. And no one thinks this sh*t is weird.”

A third wrote, “DJ Akademiks spoke ad nauseam to a 15 year old girl about who she was and or wasn’t having s** with. A 27 year old was having a conversation with a 15 yr old about who she was or wasn’t f*****g. Aight.”

He added, “We literally live in the twilight zone.”


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