Cash Me Ousside Girl Begins Rap Tour With Sold Out Show, Makes A Fortune
The Cash Me Ousside girl is proving all the haters wrong by selling out her first ever rap show, making an absolute fortune in the process.
The 15-year-old – real name Danielle Bregoli – is known online as one of the pervasive memes in recent memory as the girl who went on Dr Phil to ‘cash me ousside, how bou’ dah?’ in the midst of a discussion about her relationship with her mother.
Who’d have known at that point, the girl would capitalise on everybody’s collective mockery and become a burgeoning rap star by 2018?
Well that’s exactly what’s happened, and Bregoli’s first show at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California on Saturday, (April 14), was the first of a 32-stop tour – creatively titled ‘Bhanned In The USA’.
Despite the name of the tour, Bregoli – rapper alias Bhad Bhabie – is performing 25 times in the US, before her musical adventures see her perform in Germany, Belgium, France and the UK.
Ever the savvy businesswoman, Miss Bhabie posted a clip from her first gig on Sunday, (April 15) and it’s been viewed more than one million times since.
The video was posted with the caption:
My first ever show was SOLD DA F*CK OUT last night in Santa Ana.
Love all u b*tches that came. Next stop, San Antonio 4/27. 31 more shows left on da #bhannedintheusa tour.
Her rise to fame hasn’t been without controversy, however, and earlier today, (April 16), we reported on a fight between Bregoli and fellow Instagram star, Woah Vicky.
As you can see in the below video, Bregoli, AKA Bhad Bhabie, approaches Woah Vicky, and asks her to put her bag down before confronting her.
The entire thing is rather peculiar, with the two fighters being dwarfed by their tall security.
There are two theories behind Bregoli’s kick-off – firstly, Woah Vicky, who made headlines after claiming to African-American before admitting she isn’t, called out Bhad Bhabie in a post.
Another is Woah used a racist term to describe one of Bregoli’s best friends at a birthday party, reports TMZ.
We’ll probably never know the truth behind the beef?
Danielle later posted to Instagram, which has since been deleted, which read:
Don’t be showin up tryin to film me to get views. I shouldn’t have cracked dhat hoe like I did, but whatever. She a joke. Moving on. [sic]
Hollywood Life reported last July how Bregoli’s foray into music was incredibly successful, earning $50,000 per show after signing a deal with Live Nation.
She also makes mega bucks through ‘endorsements’ and YouTube, a site by now we all know to be an absolute goldmine.
In a brief interview with TMZ, Bregoli explained ‘I only spend my money on nails and eyelashes.’ Fair enough to be honest. Quite a smart move.
Let the money build and treat yourself later on in the game. It’s tough out there.
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