Danielle Bregoli aka ‘Cash Me Ousside Girl’ has rebranded herself as rapper Bhad Bhabie and released her first single ‘These Heaux’.
First she made loads of money starring in a rap video and now she’s taken it to the next level by becoming a ‘rapper’ herself.
I’m assuming the ‘Bhad’ in Bhad Bhabie stands for ‘Bhad’ at spelling and ‘Bhad’ at rapping because my God, no amount of Auto-tune (and there’s a lot) can save this awfulness:
The video itself is very well produced and shot but everything else is a whole train-wreck of hastily thrown together tie-in to try and capitalise on Bregoli’s 15-minutes of fame.
Here’s how her viral fame began on the Dr Phil show:
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The worst part about this unashamed cash grab on Cash Me Ousside is it’s seemingly worked.
The video has over 5 million views in three days and reached No. 2 on Spotify’s ‘Global Viral 50’ – meaning we’ll almost certainly be exposed to a second attempt at her rapping about how much money she has.
You can’t really blame Danielle Bregoli for this of course, she’s a 14-year-old who has been given the opportunity to make more money than most of us could ever dream of.
Literally every one of us would probably do the same in her position – I’d hope I’d insist my ghost rapper understood basic spelling though.