Danielle Bregoli continues on her conquest to transform her infamous Dr. Phil appearance—the viral moment that forever cemented her as the "Cash Me Ousside" girl—into a full-blown celebrity career with a new rap single called, "These Heaux." (Pronounced "hoes," of course.)
While the shit-talking teen is clearly no budding Kendrick Lamar, she displays a halfway decent flow as she disses "fake hoes" and the like. Listen to this snippet of leaked audio courtesy of TMZ to see what you think:
Bregoli uses her debut single to clap back at haters, hoes and all manner of other critics trying to drag her down.
"These hoes be lackin’/see me in back and they talk all this shit but don’t say it person."
The 14-year-old human meme even references the Red Solo cup, that iconic vessel of all things alcoholic.
"Red cup, no it ain't that Kool-Aid/Got me fed up you hoes too fake/One minute he a man, he a ride or die/Next minute on the ground with a new bae.”
The 48-second sample also sees Bregoli giving a shout out to CeeLo Green.
"I ain't nothing like these hoes/Don't compare me to no one (don't do it)/Money green like CeeLo/Yeah, my pockets so swole up."
Bregoli has been cultivating a hip-hop image for some time now. She starred in Kodak Black's music video for "Everything 1K" earlier this year, and her recent legal issues could be a bid to establish a modicum of street cred that's helpful for aspiring rappers. What a world we live in, right?
That budding rap sheet could explain why she's playing "hide and seek" with a cop car in one of her Instagram shots.
At least now she'll have something to do at her high-priced appearances other than berate the audience.
h/t: New York Post