Bhad Bhabie releases 'Do It Like Me' trailer after rehab stint, fans say 'glad you're back on the music scene'

Last month, Bhabie teased the new single and requested fans to submit their 'Do It Like Me' videos and fans made sure she received videos of them twerking


                            Bhad Bhabie releases 'Do It Like Me' trailer after rehab stint, fans say 'glad you're back on the music scene'
Bhad Bhabie (Getty Images)

After a hiatus from social media and music, Bhad Bhabie has announced her return with a new single 'Do It Like Me'. It is scheduled for a release on October 15 at 9 am PST.

The song is also getting an accompanying music video for which the rapper and singer-songwriter shared a preview on YouTube on October 14. The half-minute trailer opens with several quotes from reports of her time in rehab and then notes: "2020 has been a f****d up year, but I got something to turn it around." We then get to see brief scenes from the official music video which include Bhabie rapping lyrics from the song into an announcement mic from a boxing ring and laying cozy atop several large speakers.

From what we can gather sonically, 'Do It Like Me' is hard-hitting and fast-paced with the rapper spitting lyrics in a rapid flow. Watch the trailer for 'Do It Like Me' below.

Over on her Instagram, Bhad Bhabie announced the new single with three fan-submitted videos of them twerking to the chorus of the track. "Tomorrow!!! #doitlikeme. Keep tagging me in all these videos," she wrote in the caption.

Last month, Bhabie teased the new single and requested fans to submit their 'Do It Like Me' videos. "Everyone go to tik tok and make do to like me videos, then check my ig story. Reposting people every day if I like what u did wit it," she wrote on Twitter.



 

Additionally, if you want a closer look at the music video, Bhabie also shared another teaser for it on Twitter. Check it out below. Fans have been more than supportive over her return and are excited for the new track. "IM HERE FOR THIS," said a fan in all caps while another wrote, "Yessss been waiting !"



 



 

"I already know itโ€™s gonna be straight fire," said a fan.



 

Another fan shared, "Cant wait for this song to change my 2020."



 

One said, "Iโ€™m so glad you back on the music scene Sis." Another said, "Drop the song already."

 



 

 



 

Bhabie became famous since she appeared on an episode of 'Dr. Phil' as a problem child. She turned her infamy into a career in rap, but she is often faced with backlash over her images, actions and reported physical altercations. The rapper recently spent some time in rehab, and it looks as if she is using her time out to work on herself and focus on her career.

After her exit from rehab, Bhabie revealed an explanation for her absence with an Instagram post. "The reason i haven't been on ig a lot lately is because i took everyone's advice and took time to focus on getting myself together," she said. "I had to realize that there's more to life than what ppl have to say in comments and what people think about me. What most ppl don't understand is that i had a pretty hard upbringing and on top of that it's very hard being a young female growing up in the music industry especially with how i was brought into this whole world of fame i'm very mistaken and people don't understand me."



 

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