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Cash Me Outside girl drops her new music video called BOTH OF THEM, what you think is it Fire or sho

She's back once again, The Cash Me outside girl, also known as Bhad Bhabie drops her new single called "Both of Them" . In the Video she goes off talking about her Porsche's while the police chase her. The video in one day has already ranked in over a million views and is guaranteed to be another hit for the young hip hop artist. Danielle Bregoli Peskowitz (born March 26, 2003), also known by her stage name Bhad Bhabie, pronounced "bad baby", is an American rapper and social media personality. She became known for the viral video meme and catch phrase "cash me outside" after appearing on the Dr. Phil show in September 2016.She released her debut single as a recording artist in late August 2017 and has now released her new singled called I GOT IT .On September 14, 2016, Bregoli and her mother Barbara Ann were interviewed on Dr. Phil for the segment "I Want To Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried To Frame Me For A Crime"

Her and her mom we're interviewed on the show to discuss Bregoli's behavior, which included stealing a crew member's car while the episode was being filmed. When Bregoli became irritated at the laughter that the audience exhibited at her expense, she responded to it by saying, "Catch me outside how about that", her pronunciation of the phrase of which became a viral Internet meme "Cash Me Ousside Howbow Dah", and Bregoli became known as the "Cash Me Ousside Girl". On February 10, 2017, Bregoli reappeared on the show with her therapist, but without the studio audience, due to the events of their previous appearance.The saying "Cash Me Outside" has become internationally known with merchandise selling all across the web.

Her first appearance on the show, and the catchphrase it spawned, would inspire a single based around the clips that was recorded by DJ Suede The Remix God, which entered the Billboard Hot 100, Streaming Songs, and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts in its March 4, 2017 issue. The song in turn led to a series of dance videos that were uploaded onto YouTube.Bregoli and her mother sued three companies for "infringing her intellectual property rights" by using her signature catchphrase without consent. She also threatened to sue Walmart for using her catchphrase on t-shirts.[12] She was also nominated for a 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards in the "Trending" category based on the catchphrase.


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