Let’s be honest, we all act differently depending which members of our family we’re around. The way you behave with your sibling is not the same way you’d act around your grandmother, and the way you speak to your mom is not the way you’d approach your friends.
On a Saturday night we will be chugging half price cocktail jugs with our friends, and on a Sunday we will be sat around the family dinner table passing a bowl of roast potatoes to our grandma whilst hiding a hangover. Why? Because we respect them, and there is also a small chance that they might suffer a mild heart attack upon discovering what we really spent the pocket money they give us on – another round of shots anyone? However, one person who doesn’t hide their true self from their elders is Danielle Bregoli, who you may know better as the Cash Me Outside Girl. The 14-year-old online personality made a name for herself after appearing on the Dr. Phil Show, where her anti-social behavior gave her what we all thought would be 15 minutes of fame. Instead of leaving the public eye, Bregoli – who goes by the name Bhad Bhabie (pronounced ‘Bad Barbie’) – established herself as a social media personality and musician. With over 11 million followers on Instagram and three explicit rap singles, the controversial teen is now a brand. Barely a teen, Bregoli has pleaded guilty to charges of grand theft, marijuana possession and filing a false police report. In total, these misdemeanors have garnered the youngster five years probation. Rather than be furious about her behavior, her family have been supportive. So much so that they willingly feature in her YouTube videos, where they feature in some questionable clips… Last week, Bregoli drafted in the assistance of her family for a video in which she asked them to read out her own rap lyrics. Despite her juvenile years, the lyrics are alarmingly adult – something her mother, Barbara, seems unperturbed by. But, do her grandmother and 96-year-old great-grandmother also approve of Bregoli’s controversial career? Bregoli, who has 2.5 million subscribers on YouTube, uploaded the video which features four generations of her family reading lyrics to her own songs, ‘Hi Bich’ and ‘These Heaux’ (which means ‘hoes’). Of which the lyrics include: “These hoes be d*ck riding” and a chorus of, “Hi, b*tch, hi, b*tch”. Bregoli’s grandma is the first to take to the mic, where she performs arguably better than her teen granddaughter, with little concern for the extremely adult lyrics that her flesh and blood is spewing out. However, it is her great-grandmother who finally voices concern for the crude content of her young offsprings raps. “What the hell,” the 96-year-old exclaims over FaceTime, before asking: “Are we gonna be on television or something?” Fans were quick to comment on the Bregoli family and their casual approach to 14-year-old Danielle’s anti-social behavior. “If my mom even saw one swear word of a song I would make at fourteen, my ass would have been smacked all the way across the world and back,” wrote one stunned user. “If it was my mom the video wouldn’t turn out like that, I promise,” typed one user, while another said: “I would never be comfortable letting my mom read something like this.” Meanwhile, one concerned user wrote: “Her mom is just laughing.. my mom would have done slapped me and smashed every electronic.. honestly Danielle just needs a father figure in her life.. just saying.” But, Danielle doesn’t care for her haters in the same way that her family clearly don’t care about her outrageous behavior. This is only going to end in tears! Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, it does. Has the 14-year-old Danielle has a boob job? It certainly looks that way… However, despite her critics, it can’t be denied that Danielle does have a following, and is managing is make a lot of money and build a career at such a young age. You may question her motives and methods, but after checking out her Instagram, it appears she’s much funnier than I realized. Here she is owning David Spade:
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