This is the bizarre moment Danielle Bregoli got into a ‘scrap’, if you can call it that, with 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. I wonder what the chances are she said ‘Cash me ousside’ before the scrap began.
There are two theories behind Bregoli’s kick-off. One is that Woah Vicky, who made headlines after claiming to African-American before admitting she isn’t, called out Bhad Bhabie in a post.
Another is that 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, writing a now deleted post, which said:
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.
Bregoli has recently been in the news after it emerged she had became a millionaire thanks to a less-than-extraordinary foray into the music industry.
Hollywood Life reported last July that she was earning $50,000 per show after signing a deal with Live Nation.
She also makes wonga 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.
Not everyone thinks she’s sensible, however. Take her dad Ira Peskowitz, for example. He has spoken about his battle to gain custody of his daughter in order to save her from a ‘downward spiral’.
Ira, a police officer in Florida, has been paying child support for the last 13 years whilst constantly battling with Danielle’s mother Barbara for more involvement in his daughter’s life.
Since Danielle appeared on the TV show, her mother has taken her from Florida to Los Angeles, and signed her up to the same agent as singer Pitbull, with apparent hopes for a reality TV career.
Ira’s close friend and representative Elliot Cohen said to UNILAD:
This isn’t something new for Ira, a lot of people are talking about how he’s some Johnny-come-lately dad. Ira’s been trying to help Danielle and get back into her life for years, long before Dr. Phil.
Danielle’s mother has really blocked this at every turn, she’s really been the obstacle for Danielle getting the help she wants.
If he has to go to court, he’ll do it, but this isn’t new for him. He’s been paying child support for 13 years, it’s just new to everyone else because of Dr. Phil.
I can't imagine Ira will be too happy with the emergence of this new video.
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