Bhad Bhabie just secured another bag.

According to a report TMZ published on Thursday (July 11), the 16-year-old rapper has reportedly just inked a $1 million songwriter and co-publishing deal with BMI subsidiary Pulse Music Group.

The celebrity news site reports that Bhabie will receive $350,000 as an advance and will receive the other two installments of $325,000 as she recoups the money. She will also get "at least" 70 percent of her future record sales, licensing fees and digital streaming—which means this is a very lucrative deal.

This news follows a $900,000 makeup deal the viral sensation signed earlier this year. The endorsement deal with CopyCat Beauty is currently for six months, with an option to extend the deal for another three years if all parties are satisfied. She also gets a percentage of the company's sales.

In addition to music and makeup, Bhad Bhabie ventured into the reality television world in 2019. Her new Snapchat show Bringing Up Bhabie premiered to outstanding ratings back in February, nabbing a cool 10 million viewers in 24 hours.

It's not all good all the time for Bhabie, though. Back in June, one of her shows scheduled for this month in Jordan was canceled after the company's founder, Sanad Kteshat, accused her of supporting Israel. Through her team, she denied ever picking a side, but the show remained canceled. Something tells us her pockets didn't take a hit from this, though.

See 33 Rappers With Wild Neck Tattoos

More From XXL