Recording Artist, Reality TV Star
DreamDoll was raised in the Edenwald Housing Projects in The Bronx, New York, alongside four young siblings. She moved out when she was 19. On November 6, 2014, she was arrested in Miami Beach, Florida for prostitution under the name "Tabatha Unique Gibbsons". In 2016, while working as a bartender in the strip club Starlets in Queens, DreamDoll's social media following grew substantially, leading her to be offered a role on the Oxygen series Bad Girls Club in its sixteenth season (which was subtitled Social Disruption and featured a variety of social media personalities). DreamDoll became a controversial figure on the show and was removed from the house in the second episode for bullying and assaulting another housemate. The show catapulted her to stardom, with gossip blogs linking her to rappers like Tory Lanez and Lil Uzi Vert (whose songs "Bartenders & Spenders" and "Talk to Me" are rumored to be about her) and an amateur tape of her performing oral sex on an unidentified man making the rounds online. In May 2017, she embarked on a rap career, signing to DJ Self's Gwinin Entertainment label and releasing her debut single "Everything Nice". Her debut EP Life In Plastic, released that September, rose to #15 on the iTunes Hip Hop/Rap charts. Her music videos for "Everything Nice" and "Team Dream" garnered over 2 million views.